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The Drugs of War

By Dunn, J. R.

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Title: The Drugs of War  
Author: Dunn, J. R.
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Language: English
Subject: Nonfiction, Military, Medical
Collections: Science Fiction Collection, Baen Library Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2012
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises

Description
Description: In this article, they talk about the different varieties of drugs that are used in the military and how it affects the people using them.

Summary
Summary: There are several drugs that commonly used by soldiers. The range from stimulants to steroids to caffiene. Each drug gives a significant boost to the soldiers whether it be strength, to keep them awake or more focused.

Excerpt
Excerpt: (This, by the way, is why the LSD experiments carried out at the Edgewood Arsenal in the 1950s never went anywhere2. LSD sprayed on an enemy would leave most of them laid back and grooving, as the experimenters hoped. But there was that small percentage that would have bad trips and then acted out. Bummer, man -- not at all recommended when they might be in control of, say, nuclear weapons.)

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