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The Coast Guard belatedly celebrated its birthday with a record amount of drugs
$1.4 billion in cocaine and marijuana, to be precise.
Air Force master sergeant gets prison time for selling AK-47 and ‘large quantity’ of meth
Reimers sold more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, according to the Department of Justice.
We salute the Army’s first Black Ranger instructor who became a legendary neighborhood crime-fighter
"If you watched his body language ... you would get the message, 'I'm not the one to mess with.'"
7 Marines booted from service amid drug crackdown at Camp Lejeune
This is your Marine brain on drugs.
Admiral who led the SEALs during the Eddie Gallagher case headed to Special Operations Command
Rear Adm. Collin Green will be chief of staff at U.S. Special Operations Command.
Two US Marines charged in connection with fatal drug overdose of a fellow Marine
Two U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton were arrested Tuesday by federal agents after being indicted in a drug-dealing conspiracy that included the sale of oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl that led to the fatal overdose of another Marine.
The Pentagon quietly made CBD use a criminal offense for service members
U.S. troops can now be punished for using products that contain hemp or cannabidiol, according to a Defense Department memo recently made public
Three arrested for attempting to drive van with drugs onto Seymour Johnson AFB
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Fort Campbell soldier arrested with 15 pounds of marijuana and 500 Xanax pills
Staff Sgt. Kalvin D. Taylor, 26, was arrested on Wednesday for possession of nearly 15 pounds of marijuana, an excessive number of Xanax pills, and a firearm
2 men arrested after allegedly trying to drive through Tinker Air Force Base with a car full of marijuana and a gun
Deputies smelled "a strong odor of marijuana" coming from the SUV.
Former Camp Lejeune Marines convicted for selling drugs that killed fellow Marine
Two former Camp Lejeune Marines were sentenced to federal prison for distributing drugs linked to a fellow Marine's death
Former Fort Bliss soldier gets life for murdering fellow soldier during 2017 drug robbery
A former Fort Bliss solider stood bruised and badly injured in court Thursday as he pleaded guilty to cutting the throat of another soldier during a 2017 drug robbery
Watch the Coast Guard seize $69 million in cocaine from a narco sub
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane intercepted a suspected semi-submersible smuggling vessel in international waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean and seized approximately 5,000 pounds of cocaine October 23
Judge rules that mass arrest of Camp Pendleton Marines on human smuggling charges was unlawful
Attorneys for one of the defendants said the arrest amounted to "unlawful command influence."
Relatives of American family killed in Mexico say they may have been bait in cartel territory fight
"We were deliberately targeted, used as bait to lure one cartel against another."
Army vet pleads guilty to running online Molly ring — again
Four years ago, Hernandez ran one of the largest synthetic drug rings in South Florida history, then went undercover for the feds to bust a dozen others.
The Air Force’s highest-paid employee is its football coach. He won’t say anything about his players using cocaine
Air Force Academy football coach Troy Calhoun refused to answer questions about cocaine use by three of his players during a news conference Tuesday. Calhoun is the Air Force's highest-paid employee, with a salary set at $725,000 per year plus generous bonuses in his 2013 contract, which has since been extended with accompanying pay raises
The Air Force is investigating whether an airman smoked weed at a missile alert facility for nuclear Minuteman ICBMs
The Air Force is investigating reports that an airman consumed marijuana while assigned to one of the highly-sensitive missile alert facility (MAF) responsible for overseeing 400 nuclear GM-30G Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota
North Carolina man gets prison for slinging synthetic cannabinoid that sickened more than 100 service members
Akram Abdel-Aziz, 52, pleaded guilty in December to money laundering by structure and conspiracy to distribute 5F-ADB, which is a Schedule I controlled substance. More than 100 U.S. service members fell ill and/or required medical attention after ingesting the substance
Coast Guard officer who allegedly plotted terror attacks pleads guilty to weapon and drug charges
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson, 50, who has been in federal custody since his arrest, previously denied the four charges contained in an indictment handed up shortly after his arrest
Exclusive: Ex-Marine pleads guilty to smuggling more than 150 pounds of meth and cocaine from Mexico
A former Marine corporal has pleaded guilty to allegedly smuggling more than 150 pounds of methamphetamine and cocaine from Mexico into the United States and will be sentenced in November.
Nellis Air Force Base master sergeant arrested for selling coke, meth, and an AK-47
Michael Reimers, 39, is accused of selling cocaine and methamphetamine, as well as a handgun, an AK-47 and a shotgun without a license, officials said
Drug dealer convicted for selling fentanyl that killed Army veteran
A Detroit, Michigan man has been convicted by a federal jury in Lexington of distributing drugs that caused the death of an Army veteran
The ethical case for creating drug-enhanced ‘super soldiers’
The U.S. military is constantly using technology to build better ships, warplanes, guns and armor. Shouldn't it also use drugs to build better soldiers?
2 California sailors tried to recreate the plot of ‘Breaking Bad.’ It didn’t work out
In the latest acid-related incident to hit the Navy, a pair of sailors were recently convicted of manufacturing LSD for distribution while stationed at a California naval base