They are sold under catchy names like Sage of the Seers, Magic Mint and Thang, designer drugs that can be legally sold at shops and online in most cases.
But due to their increasing use by Sailors and the effects they cause, these designer drugs have been added to the U.S. Navy’s zero-tolerance drug-abuse policy.
Navy medical labs have new tests for the designer drugs, said Cmdr. Florenzio Yuzon, staff judge advocate for Navy Region Southeast.
Here is the link to NAVADMIN 108/10. And here is some additional information that is being put out to commands from NMPC.
The family of an Ohio soldier who committed suicide in Iraq says members feel let down by the punishment for four men accused of hazing their son.
Omaha.com reports that:
A 21-year-old Offutt Air Force Base airman accused of shooting to death a fellow airman during a “trust” game has been charged in military court.
Airman 1st Class Corey D. Hernandez of Walnut, Calif., was charged under the Uniform Code of Military Justice with unpremeditated murder while engaged in an inherently dangerous act, concealing physical evidence and furnishing false and material information to a peace officer.
The maximum punishment for all charges is life in prison, a dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of pay and allowances and reduction to the lowest enlisted grade.
Hernandez had faced charges in Sarpy County Court of manslaughter and use of a weapon to commit a felony. The charges were dismissed, and the case was transferred to the Air Force court.