So, evidently, some fraternity had a party and later the air tested positive for alcohol.
Indoor air at a Maryland frat house tested positive for alcohol.I remember one national holiday we had, middle of the week. The Battalion commander told us to keep the troops occupied, near the Company, and make sure they were all there on Thursday. The other Company commanders and I declared the day to be a Field Sports day, and devoted the day to track-and-field, baseball, wrestling, etc. We bought about 20 kegs of beer and made sure that copious amounts were readily available. We did hot dogs, hamburgers, etc. We had a ball. At the end of the day, we held a mass formation in each Company area to count heads. over 1400 men linking arms to stand up. When the Sergeant Major shouted FALL OUT, that's basically what happened.
The booze-filled party location's air was found to have an alcohol concentration of 0.01. 0.08 is the legal blood alcohol limit for driving.
The entire Battalion had a monstrous hangover the next morning and the CO was pleased. He led us all on a three-mile retch run. Oh, it was glorious.