Charles B. Hunter, a retired Air Force master sergeant, visited the pharmacy at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, last January with a prescription from a civilian doctor for Lamisil, medicine to treat a fungus under Hunter's fingernail. The pharmacy sergeant said Eglin didn't stock Lamisil. After a visit to the dermatology clinic, Hunter learned that wasn't true. Eglin routinely dispenses Lamisil, but only to active duty members. It is one of 19 drugs that Eglin's staff, in an attempt to control pharmacy costs, has deemed too expensive for non-active beneficiaries.