In the case presented by Mr. Leonard, where midshipmen are being questioned about illegal drug use while serving after having taken an oath, I posit that there is little room for discussion. Illegal drug use is a crime, and the perpetrator is subject to prosecution as seen fit by the institution and, ultimately, the law. If a midshipman lies during questioning, he or she may emerge unscathed, although it proves that he or she is not a person of integrity (by two accounts), and therefore neither fit for duty nor to be accepted within the officer ranks. As reminded by the Naval Academy Honor Concept, "Midshipmen are persons of integrity; they stand for that which is right." Officers without integrity are simply not tolerated in the ranks, nor should they be.