DRUG TEST ? - Page 2




 
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March 31st, 2010  
mex_htx_713
 
Thanks yo everybodys comments, but the truth is that i dont do drugs. ha u bustas.
My friend is a pot-head and wants to join the army
April 1st, 2010  
wolfen
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mex_htx_713
Thanks yo everybodys comments, but the truth is that i dont do drugs. ha u bustas.
My friend is a pot-head and wants to join the army
Well then if your don;t do drugs and he is a pothead, then you can join the military and his chances are as good as a snowball in hell of getting in anything except jail.
April 1st, 2010  
-- Dusty
 
 
I don't see what is so great about pot. Or any drug. Hell, my doctors tried giving me pain killers for my back, and the damn crap wouldn't work. The only pain killers that work for me aren't pain killers but anti-inflamitory meds.
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April 1st, 2010  
wolfen
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hmmm
I don't see what is so great about pot. Or any drug. Hell, my doctors tried giving me pain killers for my back, and the damn crap wouldn't work. The only pain killers that work for me aren't pain killers but anti-inflamitory meds.

According to the kids that smoke that crap its a pain killer and makes you mellow

Beer is better
April 2nd, 2010  
-- Dusty
 
 
Oh well, their problem if they need drugs to help them grow up.
April 26th, 2010  
HokieMSG
 
 
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Originally Posted by Big_Z
It used to be piss hot once and you go to rehab. Now its piss hot once and your ass is finished.
Commanders are given a lot of leeway on this. If an NCO pop's hot. No questions, no justifications, no extenuating circumstances, you are gone. If you are lower enlisted (E1-E4) the commander can recommend keeping the solider. Lots of paperwork involved with this. I had a soldier who popped hot. After I read him the riot act and counseled him, I asked the commander to keep him. (Just a stupid kid move on his part). Still got busted to E2 and Flagged until his paperwork was approved. It was over a year ago and his paperwork is STILL going through the system. You really have to want them to stay. Otherwise the paperwork is not worth keeping them. Even to boost retention numbers.

My 2 cents
April 30th, 2010  
shadox
 
 
when i had to take the piss-test at my recruiting station all the recruiters thought it would be funny to scare the sh#t out of me and say that the lines ment i failed, he told me to stare at the lines untill they went away and thats when i called his bluff because i have never done drugs and am proud of it
April 30th, 2010  
wolfen
 
I joined in 1980, up to that point in my life the hardest thing I ever put into my body was aspirin for a head ace, Sunday I will turn 47, and so far I HAVE NEVER, and WILL NEVER do drugs. I have no respect for anybody who does drugs either.
People who do drugs should NOT be allowed into the military, and if they fail a wiz quiz while on active duty they should be discharged asap, with a dishonorable discharge, I don't give a crap what medals they have.


sorry but thats just how I feel, I've personally had to deal with the end result of drugs Vs aircraft, and drugs vs combat, the two do NOT mix very well.
May 2nd, 2010  
-- Dusty
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by wolfen
I joined in 1980, up to that point in my life the hardest thing I ever put into my body was aspirin for a head ace, Sunday I will turn 47, and so far I HAVE NEVER, and WILL NEVER do drugs. I have no respect for anybody who does drugs either.
People who do drugs should NOT be allowed into the military, and if they fail a wiz quiz while on active duty they should be discharged asap, with a dishonorable discharge, I don't give a crap what medals they have.


sorry but thats just how I feel, I've personally had to deal with the end result of drugs Vs aircraft, and drugs vs combat, the two do NOT mix very well.
+10! People stupid enough to do drugs oughta just go pop a cap in their heads. Air is valuable and I don't think they should be sharing ours.


May 17th, 2010  
Shawn60
 
Everybody knows the obvious stuff to not have in your system when you get tested...but be careful with your buddies prescription, perfectly-legal (for him anyways) stuff you pickup at the pharmacy. I worked the drug testing office before retiring last year & we had more people get in trouble for this than the typical positives most expect to get popped for. And if you are wondering how they would know, they WILL look at your medical record to see if you've been treated/prescribed whatever they found on the drug test.
 


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