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Resource ID: #13564
Subject: Military
Source: Inside the Army
Date: 1996-11-15


Inside the Army details the struggle of an Army helicopter pilot to save his career after testing positive for marijuana use. Members of the U.S. armed forces must be tested for drugs an average of once a year. Testing positive for drugs generally means the end of one's career. In this case, however, evidence showed the test was badly flawed, a fact the Army refused to acknowledge for almost two years. (June 10, August 12, November 15, 1996)

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