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Fear & Loathing (& Death) at the Air Force’s Nuclear Command

June 5, 2018

From the Task and Purpose website

Times are tough at the Air Force’s command for nuclear bombers and missiles.

The colonel and chief master sergeant from a security forces group were fired after the unit lost a machine gun and grenades – there’s still a $5,000 reward for the grenades, in case you find them.

Another bunch of security forces airmen guarding nuclear missile silos in Wyoming was disciplined for dropping acid – ironically, the writer Hunter S. Thompson was an Air Force veteran.

And an airman is in custody, having been charged with murder in connection with the death of another airman in Guam.

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