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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
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Small Business Program
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DOD prohibited substances: Marijuana, CBD and hemp
September 12, 2022
— The use of marijuana and marijuana-related substances is prohibited by all military service members (active duty, Reserve and Guard members) and Department of Defense civilian employees...
C.B.Don’t – Military members, civilians on military bases should steer clear of CBD, THC products
January 31, 2020
— Members of the United States military are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice for wrongful use, possession, distribution and manufacture of controlled substances, which includes marijuana and any of its compounds or derivatives. This includes THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol)...
CBD can trigger positive drug test
January 16, 2020
— Cannabidiol oil, or CBD, is growing in popularity and increasingly used in health, beauty, cooking and pet products. Because it is a derivative of the cannabis sativa L. plant, commonly known as marijuana, it raises the question: Is it OK for service members and federal employees to use? The simple answer: No...
Air Force says CBD products not ok to use, may cause positive drug test
November 19, 2019
— Cannabidiol oil, also known as CBD oil, is growing in popularity as an ingredient in health and pet products, but is it okay for service members and federal employees to use? The simple answer is no...
Federal laws keep marijuana illegal for military members
November 21, 2018
— Although the legalization of recreational and/or medicinal use of marijuana is growing at the state level, it is important to understand that federal law has not changed concerning the matter. This notice is intended to serve as a reminder that the use of marijuana, cannabidiol, cannabinoid derivatives, and THC-infused products is prohibited for military members. Wrongful use and/or possession of these substances is unlawful under the Uniform Code of Military Justice via Article 112A...