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ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE The Navy’s policy on drug and alcohol abuse is “zero  tolerance.”    The  abuse  of  alcohol  and  drugs by   Navy   members   can   seriously   damage   their physical  and  mental  health,  may  jeopardize  their safety   and   the   safety   of   others,   and   can   lead   to criminal   prosecution   and   discharge   of   Navy members   under   less   than   honorable   conditions. Furthermore, drug and alcohol abuse is inconsistent w i t h   N a v y   i n i t i a t i v e s   t o   p r o m o t e   p e r s o n a l excellence among its members. Enhanced detection and deterrence are the major elements underlying the Navy’s approach to its drug and   alcohol   abuse   problem. This   approach emphasizes  the  firm,  constructive  use  of  discipline, preventive   education,   rehabilitation,   and   the expeditious   processing   for   separation   of   certain abusing members. Take  an  active  role  in  educating  your  people  on the  pitfalls  of  alcohol  and  drug  abuse.     Explain  to them  the  devastating  effects  it  has  on  the  Navy,  the family,  and  the  individual.    Make  yourself  aware  of the extent of the problem and of the Navy’s drug and alcohol abuse policies and related programs.  Refer to OPNAVINST 5350.4 for more information regarding the Navy’s policy and programs on alcohol and drug abuse. 6-6

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