NAVY DISCIPLINES SAILORS FOR LSD RING ABOARD NUCLEAR-POWERED AIRCRAFT CARRIER | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NAVY DISCIPLINES SAILORS FOR LSD RING ABOARD NUCLEAR-POWERED AIRCRAFT CARRIER

14 sailors working in the nuclear reactor department aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan face disciplinary action for using and distributing LSD, the latest embarrassment for the Navy’s scandal-ridden 7th Fleet.
Ten of the sailors have already been disciplined on “LSD related charges,” a 7th Fleet spokesman told Navy Times. Two sailors are in more serious trouble, and are heading to court-martial for using, possessing, and distributing the hallucinogenic drug, while the Navy is considering charging another three as well.

Kind of nuts that the troops tripping on #LSD work with a #nuclearreactor on an #aircraftcarrier and #nuclearmissiles on land... https://t.co/44ZY0dgbpl

— ?? (@sethrobson1) November 7, 2018
All 14 worked on the carrier’s nuclear reactors, and were described as “senior personnel.” Two Westinghouse nuclear reactors power the 101,000 ton behemoth, which has a staff of almost 6,000 personnel and can remain at sea for over 20 years. Despite the sailors’ proclivity for hardcore hallucinogens, the Navy said that the reactors “remain safe.

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