Spc. Joshua Diamond of Plymouth, Massachusetts, and Pfc. Matthew Disney of Aberdeen, Maryland, both served with the 82nd...
The service canceled a March 27, 2020, order that gave commanders leeway in conducting drug tests.
Most services have zero tolerance for any drugs harder than marijuana, including heroin, cocaine and ecstasy.
Among the lessons learned: Cannabis use was well tolerated by patients in the study.
The 2nd Marine Division has tested about a quarter of its 16,000 Marines and sailors for LSD since the summer.
Any mental health consequence our society is suffering unfortunately affects our military population to a greater degree.
At issue is the possibility that such products could contain too much of the psychoactive compound found in pot called THC.
Since April 1 of this year, the U.S. Navy has surged assets to the region to assist with drug traffic patrols -- and helped...
The House Armed Services Committee on Thursday included a provision in the defense policy bill that would let service members...
The NCIS issued a warning about the drug activity, which they say is largely taking place on the dark web.
For decades, the Feres Doctrine has kept active-duty military personnel from suing the government.
Gen. David Berger told Congress that the service has trimmed assets and people and needs full funding to ensure readiness.
The North Carolina House wants to exempt military retiree pay from state income taxes for more veterans in North Carolina.
The VA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development are bracing for the end of the moratorium on June 30.
The Air Force announced plans to buy between 140 to 160 "KC-Y" commercial derivative tankers at a rate of 12 to 15 aircraft...