(U.S. Marine Corps photo)

LSD is already an (unofficial) staple of the U.S. military's nuclear enterprise; now it's time to bring mind-expanding substances to the wide world of intelligence, a Marine Corps officer has argued.

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A sailor assigned to the nuclear reactor department aboard the USS Ronald Reagan admitted to bringing LSD aboard the aircraft carrier, Navy Times reports.

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The scientist who discovered LSD knew it, and apparently, U.S. service members know it, too: Nothing goes together better than acid and nuclear weapons.

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Wikimedia/Psychonaught

--Air Force personnel at a ICBM base in Wyoming amused themselves by taking LSD whilst not on duty with the apocalyptic weaponry. Lt. Col. Owsley Stanley is reported to be looking into the incident. (OK, that last sentence is an obscure Grateful Dead joke.) Which raises some questions: What drugs go best with what weapons? Americans tend to prefer a cocktail of alcohol and firearms, but there are many other possibilities. We know the Air Force pairs “go pills” (amphetamines) with piloting warplanes. Apparently LSD goes well with thermonuclear weaponry. Makes a kind of sense.

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U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jonathan Clay

For almost six months, there was nothing. It was just Jennifer Appel, Tasha Fuiava, their dogs Zeus and Valentine, a busted marine engine, and the Pacific.

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