Military programs are governed by federal law, Department of Defense policy and additional policies specific to the branches of service. The below are service-specific policies that govern substance abuse prevention and treatment programs in the military.
Army Regulation (AR) 600-85, "Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)," December 28, 2012 This regulation governs the ASAP, identifies Army policy on alcohol and other drug abuse, and assigns responsibility for implementing programs.
Army Pamphlet 600-85, "Army Substance Abuse Program Civilian Services," October 15, 2001 This document provides instructions and procedures for implementing ASAP policies as they pertain to Department of the Army civilians, family members, and retired members and family members.
MCO 1700.22F, "Alcoholic Beverage Control in the Marine Corps," December 3, 2009 This Order establishes the regulation for the administration of the Alcoholic Beverages Control Program, addressing prevention, minimum drinking age, sale and packaging of alcohol, and the possession and consumption of alcohol in government quarters.
NAVMC 2931, "Substance Abuse Program" This publication sets forth the Marine Corps policy regarding Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment.
Secretary of the Navy Instruction (SECNAVINST) 5300.28 E, "Military Substance Abuse Prevention and Control," May 23, 2011 This Instruction addresses the policies and procedures relating to the Department of the Navy Substance Abuse Prevention and Control Program. It pertains to all active duty Navy personnel, Marines, and reserve components.
SECNAVINST 5300.28E, "Military Substance Abuse Prevention and Control," May 23, 2011 This Instruction addresses the policies and procedures relating to the Department of the Navy Substance Abuse Prevention and Control Program. It pertains to all active duty Navy personnel, Marines, and reserve components.
Office of the Chief of Naval Operation Instruction (OPNAVINST) 5350.4D Series, "Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention and Control," June 4, 2009 This Instruction series sets forth the Navy policy on alcohol and drug abuse, prevention, and control.
OPNAVINST 5355.3C, "Submarine and Nuclear Propulsion Program Personnel Drug/Alcohol Policy," November 14, 2013 This Instruction revises the Department of the Navy procedures for the disposition of submarine or nuclear trained personnel who are identified as drug abusers or alcohol dependent.
Air Force Instruction (AFI) 44-121, "Air Force Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT)," April 11, 2011 This Instruction establishes guidance for the Air Force policy on alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment and includes information on commander and first sergeant responsibilities.
AFI 31-501, "Personal Security Program Management," April 29, 2013 This Instruction addresses the parameters of security clearances and the Personnel Reliability Program for Air Force personnel, including restrictions related to substance abuse.