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The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program focuses on putting wounded, ill and injured together to strengthen and support each other plus gives Airmen value and a sense of "I can still function and participate in life." (U.S. Air Force Medical Service graphic)   Invisible wounds
I’m an ambassador for the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program. As an ambassador, I’m an advocate for the program and I work in my local area to plan events which bring our wounded together.
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2017
This is the second in the series, "OSI: On The Case," highlighting the multi-faceted work of Special Agents as they pursue the command's mission: Defend the Nation, Serve Justice, Protect the Integrity of the Air Force and Find the Truth. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Albert Tubbs) Teamwork, liaison bring sexual predator to justice
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations prides itself on its ability to collaborate with fellow law enforcement agencies to combat crime. Nowhere does that inter-agency cooperation manifest itself more than outside the continental United States.
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2017
Air Force Office of Special Investigations members gather outside the newly dedicated SA Michael A. Cinco Facility, at Beale Air Force Base, Calif.,  following its dedication Dec. 14, 2016, to the memory of the Fallen Agent killed in action Dec. 21, 2015 near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. (U. S. Air Force photo/Airman Tristan D. Viglianco, 9 RW/PA)   Beale AFB dedicates building to Fallen SA
Although Fallen Special Agent Michael A. Cinco hailed from a small Texas town, his legacy will forever loom large, not only in the history of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, but now at Beale Air Force Base, Calif.
0 12/19
2016
Ms. Pinar Eser, center, Senior Turkish Liaison Officer, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 521, Ankara, Turkey, translates a conversation between Rose Hilmey, U.S. Buffalo Regional Border Protection Unit chief and Bulent Tufenkci, Turkish Customs and Trade minister. 
(Courtesy photo/AFOSI Det. 521) OSI Team Turkey liaison officer keys outreach efforts
From Oct. 16 to 21, Ms. Pinar Eser, Senior Turkish Liaison Officer, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 521, Ankara Turkey, assisted the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Attaché Office, U.S. Embassy, Ankara, Turkey, as the CBP funded lead translator for the U.S. visit of Turkish Customs and Trade Minister Bulent Tufenkci and his delegation.
0 12/15
2016
This is the $5,000 seized as evidence following the completion of a bribe made by a sub-contractor to an Air Force Office of Special Investigations informant. The bribe was intended to overlook wiring discrepancies regarding a contract held by a communications company on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/OSI Det. 631)    OSI efforts decisive in Alaska federal bribery case
By his own admission executing a cradle-to-grave fraud case with one lead agent is “very rare.” But, that didn’t deter Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Aaron Kulongowski and fellow SAs of Detachment 631, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, from tenaciously serving justice in a federal bribery case, resulting in the recovery of $1.1 million, guilty pleas and six years in jail for the conspirators.
0 12/14
2016
Special Agent Robert Binns, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 531 superintendent, received a Bronze Star Medal at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Dec. 5, 2016. Binns earned the medal because of his meritorious service while engaged in operations against an opposing force in Afghanistan from Dec. 7, 2012, to Dec. 10, 2013. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Cary Smith) Aviano SA receives Bronze Star Medal
A man with close-cropped, salt-and-pepper hair, stood in his pin-striped suit as his wife and two daughters watched with tear-filled eyes during an event Dec. 5, 2016.
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2016
The Bronze Star Medal was authorized by Executive Order 9419 dated Feb. 4, 1944, retroactive to Dec. 7, 1941. It is the eighth highest award one can receive, but only one of four medals awarded for heroism. (Illustration/Virginia Reyes, Air Force News Agency) OSI 'darkest day' survivor receives Bronze Star
Dec. 21, 2015, will forever be remembered as the ‘darkest day’ in the annals of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
0 12/12
2016
Tis the season to be vigilant for various scams. The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is providing a 2016 Holiday Scam Public Awareness message to help ensure Department of Defense members and their families are on the lookout for such activity. (Courtesy graphic)  OSI 2016 Holiday Scam Public Awareness Message
Department of Defense members and their families should be wary of various online, social media, phone and work from home scams which take place during the holiday season.
0 12/12
2016
Default Air Force Logo Sextortion: The military's growing national security concern
You're scrolling through Facebook like any other day when a friend request pops up from a pretty girl. You accept, and she sends you a naughty picture. You send one back, just to be polite, or maybe because she asked nicely. Maybe you move the conversation onto Skype for a live show. But then she demands money, hundreds of dollars, and threatens to send your naked photo to your friends, your family and — worst of all — your employer.
0 12/07
2016
Default Air Force Logo Ohio man gets 30 years for plot to kill government employees
Christopher Lee Cornell, 22, of Green Township, Ohio, was sentenced Dec. 5, to 30 years in prison for plotting, planning and attempting an attack on government officials during the State of the Union Address in 2015 in the name of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization.
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2016
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