Colleague and friend Patrick Korody has this list. He missed several.
The Brooks Air Force Testing Lab. Ultimately prosecutors and the appellate courts got tired of hearing about this problem and decided that after several months it was no longer relevant. See United States v. Jackson, 2003 CCA LEXIS 27 (AFCCA); United States v. Gonzalez, 2003 CCA LEXIS 57 (AFCCA); United States v. Mann, 59 M.J. 27 (AFCCA 2003).
It seems to me I recollect an issue some years ago where the tester at USACIL(?) had been using drugs and doing so when on duty. ??? (Anyone else remember that one?)
Then there was the infamous "Mobley" letter, which was not appreciated.
The "Mills" problem and USACIL. See United States v. Luke, 69 309 (C.A.A.F. 2011).
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