36th MUNS Airman court-martialed for drug use Published March 10, 2008 By the 36th Wing Legal Office ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- On March 4, Airman 1st Class Michael Allen Wolff, 36th Munitions Squadron, was convicted in a summary court-martial convened by Brig. Gen. Douglas H. Owens, 36th Wing commander. The summary court-martial officer, Col. Russell Cutting, found Airman Wolff guilty of multiple uses of marijuana and possession of marijuana. He sentenced Airman Wolff to 30 days confinement, two-thirds forfeitures for one month, and a reduction in grade to airman basic. Airman Wolff began smoking marijuana in December 2006 with friends in the Tumon Bay area. When questioned by OSI agents, Airman Wolff admitted to smoking marijuana at least three times between December 2006 and April 2007. On two occasions, Airman Wolff also purchased marijuana in Tumon Bay on behalf of a friend and delivered it to him where they smoked the drug. Airman Wolff's drug use was discovered by the drug dog Betsie of the 36th Security Forces Squadron while patrolling one of the dorms on Andersen. Betsie hit upon the smell of marijuana and OSI brought Airman Wolff in for questioning. Airman Wolff is serving his sentence at the Andersen confinement facility. Capt. Ben Beliles, 36th Wing Legal Office, served as trial counsel for the Air Force, and Capt. Justin Oliver, Andersen Area Defense Counsel, served as defense counsel for Airman Wolff.