|hiv and the military
Mar 9, 2003
I would like to know what is the u.s navy's policy on hiv? I found out that I am hiv+ four weeks ago and I think that the person who gave it to me is in the navy. Can someone have hiv and stil serve in the navy? I know that you can not have hiv and enter the military, but what about after they are in the military?
| Response from Ms. Breuer
To the best of my knowledge, the military tests for HIV every six months, and no, a positive person is not allowed to continue to serve.
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