Breathalyzer Use Growing More Prevalent in US Military

November 13, 2012

 

BACtrack CEO Keith Nothacker was interviewed in a great article for the Navy Times on breathalyzer use in the military. With random breath testing being stepped up to screen the ranks in all branches of the armed forces, personal breathalyzers are becoming an essential item for U.S. service men and women the world over.

Also tapped for the article was Michael Hlastala, a top alcohol breath test researcher at the University of Washington. “Really, everyone should have one,” he said of the personal breathalyzer, “it can be a good tool to help you track where you are, and if nothing else, to see if your BAC is going up or down and how alcohol affects your own body."

 

Photo: Army/NavyTimes.com

 



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