Retention Criteria and Consideration.18.104.22.168. A member found to have abused drugs will be discharged unless the member meets all seven of the following criteria:22.214.171.124.1. Drug abuse is a departure from the member's usual and customary behavior.126.96.36.199.2. Drug abuse occurred as the result of drug experimentation (a drug experimenter is defined as one who has illegally or improperly used a drug for reasons of curiosity, peer pressure, or other similar reasons).188.8.131.52.3. Drug abuse does not involve recurring incidents, other than drug experimentation as defined above.184.108.40.206.4. The member does not desire to engage in or intend to engage in drug abuse in the future220.127.116.11.5. Drug abuse under all the circumstances is not likely to recur.18.104.22.168.6. Under the particular circumstances of the case, the member's continued presence in the Air Force
is consistent with the interest of the Air Force in maintaining proper discipline, good order, leadership, and morale (Noncommissioned officers
have special responsibilities by virtue of their status; fulfill an integral role in maintaining discipline; and, therefore, must exhibit high standards of personal integrity, loyalty, dedication, devotion to duty and leadership).22.214.171.124.7. Drug abuse did not involve drug distribution. For the purpose of this paragraph, drug distribution means the delivery to the possession of another. Distribution does not occur with the transfer of the drugs from one person to another while such persons are engaged in the mutual use of drugs, except that individuals who obtain, or arrange for obtaining, the drugs used by others are involved in distribution. "Delivery" means the actual, constructive, or attempted transfer of the drugs, whether or not there exists an agency relationship.These all seem to fit the airmen,but the cc doesn't seem to want to listen or help in any way.