A drug testing officer1 may, in order to ascertain whether or to what extent a person subject to service law2 has or has had drugs3 in his body, require the person to provide a sample of his urine for analysis4. Such a requirement may not be imposed if: (1) that officer5 is or his commanding officer6 is the person's commanding officer; or (2) the sample is sought in connection with an investigation of an offence under the Armed Forces Act 20067. A
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