Club Heat off limits to military personnel

OFF LIMITS: Joint Region Marianas has declared Club Heat "off limits" for all military personnel following a review by the Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board. David Castro/Guam Daily Post

A Tumon bar has been declared “off limits” to all military personnel on Guam.

Joint Region Marianas spokesman Christian Hodge confirmed that military personnel have been barred from patronizing Club Heat, which is located at 156 Marata St. in Tumon.

He explained that the Guam Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board “placed Club Heat off limits to military personnel to help maintain good order and discipline for service members stationed or otherwise assigned to Guam and the CNMI.”

The order was issued Monday.

Navy’s marijuana, CBD and hemp policy

No specific reason was given for the ban. However, Hodge said, the order issued to military personnel provides “separate guidance” regarding the Secretary of the Navy’s announced policy on the use of marijuana and the use of CBD and other hemp products.

The Guam Daily Post called Club Heat but the man who answered hung up after we identified the call as a media inquiry for comment. Subsequent calls went unanswered.

Guam police have not yet responded to a request for comment.

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