Air Force drug investigation expands
WASHINGTON- The investigation into drug use by members of the Air Force expanded to include ten officers at six bases in the U.S. and England.
Nine Lieutenants and one captain are now under investigation for illegal possession of recreational drugs. Those can include Ecstasy and synthetic marijuana.
The case began with two officers at Edwards Air Force Base in California and then expanded, based on their contacts with others.
It now includes two nuclear missile launch officers in Montana.
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