Army announces drugs crackdown with Facebook video

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2017-02-28

The Army Command Headquarters has released a video on Facebook to show efforts to eradicate drug use in the armed forces.

The video is a response to the recent discovery of amphetamine at the air force base in Taichung in central Taiwan. Ten military personnel subsequently tested positive for drug use. The incident was just the latest exposing drug use among service personnel.

The Headquarters said it has zero tolerance for drug use and driving under the influence. It said offenders will be discharged regardless of qualification or rank. The headquarters also called on all Army personnel to stay away from venues that offer access to drugs and to beware of strangers who offer drinks and cigarettes.

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