To clarify, questions regarding prior marijuana use should not be confused with being charged with possession. Very different when it comes time to enlist and with security clearance adjudication. Best bet is to discuss w/ your recruiter.
Any waiver you would need won't be able to be started until the court case is closed, any sentence has been carried out, and all fines/costs have been paid. So focus on getting all that taken care of, be honest with the recruiter, and be prepared to explain why they should bother taking a chance on you after your past mistakes.I never was charged with marijuana nor used it for that matter. I was just making a point that their becoming more relaxed and trying to build up their numbers. My dad has a cross fit gym and one of the Air Force recruiters came there the other day asking to hang up banners and pass out flyers around the gym for Air Force Spec Op jobs saying they are looking for candidates and the jobs are in high demand. But yeah, I realized I may have misread that. I'm just going to have to wait till I finish up my business with the court and go for a waiver.