A 90th Missile Wing security forces member competes in a "shoot and move" exercise during the 2019 Global Strike Challenge, Aug. 7, 2019, at Camp Guernsey, Wyo (Air Force photo / Tech Sgt. Tyler Placie)
Guarding an Air Force Base in the middle of Wyoming must get dull at times, even if the weapons behind you could cause a worldwide nuclear holocaust at a moment's notice. Maybe that's part of the reason why airmen at F.E. Warren Air Force Base have made headlines again for alleged drug use.
This time, an unknown number of defenders from the 90th Security Forces Group were removed from their duties and are being investigated in response to reports of marijuana use, according to a statement released by Air Force Global Strike Command on Monday.
As part of the response, Gen. Tim Ray and Chief Master Sgt. Charles Hoffman, the commander and command chief of Air Force Global Strike Command, respectively, held a no-notice leadership call at F.E. Warren Air Force Base on Monday.