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Default Air Force Logo Defense contractor sentenced to 37 months in prison for fraud and obstruction
Kenneth Narzikul, 60, of Media, Pa., was sentenced Jan. 16, 2015 to 37 months in prison for committing major fraud against the United States, obstructing a federal audit, and making false claims to the government, in connection with defense contracts to manufacture components for military helicopters. U.S. District Court Judge L. Felipe Restrepo
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Default Air Force Logo Defense contractor sentenced for manufacturing defective aircraft parts and falsifying safety records
On Dec. 22, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Diane J. Humetewa sentenced Malcom Robert Markson, 45, of Peoria, Ariz., to six months in prison. Markson previously pleaded guilty to the crimes of fraud involving aircraft parts and obstruction of federal investigation.U.S. Attorney John S. Leonardo stated, "The U.S. Attorney's Office is committed to
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2015
Special Agent Adam Deem, Air Force Office of Special Investigation Detachment 219, shines light on a glass to reveal fingerprints on Barksdale Air Force Base, La. Deem dusted the glass with an orange powder that helps agents detect finger prints with ultraviolet light.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Micaiah Anthony) OSI agents committed to the challenge
Many hours are dedicated to ensure the safety of Airmen and the base community.To a select group of special agents assigned to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 212, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, it is an honor to commit their time as peace-keepers of the Air Force.Air Force OSI agents strive to identify, exploit and
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2014
An announcement from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation Board granted initial accreditation status to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations’ Sex Crimes Investigator Training Program during its November 18-21, 2014, meeting in Glynco, Ga. The Sex Crimes Investigator Training Program is an eight-day U.S. Air Force Special Investigations Academy advanced course held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco. The course design meets the needs of AFOSI agents conducting, supervising and reviewing sexual-assault investigations. Office of Special Investigations Vice Commander Colonel Kristine Blackwell (left) participated in the recognition ceremony. Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation Board Accredits AFOSI Sex Crimes Investigator Training Program
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) Board granted initial accreditation status to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' Sex Crimes Investigator Training Program at a November 18-21, 2014, meeting in Glynco, Ga.The Sex Crimes Investigator Training Program (SCITP) is an eight-day, advanced course held at the Federal
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Business owner pleads guilty to wire fraud conspiracy to obtain more than $2.8 million in government contracts
Wesley Burnett, 54, of Hermosa Beach, Calif., pleaded guilty October 24, 2014, to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with a scheme to fraudulently obtain more than $2.8 million in federal government contracts through the use of the Small Business Administration's 8(a) program, designed to assist disadvantaged businesses. The guilty plea
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2014
Air Force Chief of Staff General Mark A. Welsh III takes a photo with Special Agent Robert Davis, Det 212 commander, during opening ceremonies of the 2014 Warrior Games, Colorado Springs, Colo. SA Davis is a volunteer coach for Air Force athletes participating in this year's games.  OSI Special Agent supports 2014 Warrior Games
The Warrior Games celebrates its fifth year of competition and in 2014, the strategy is to combine assets and maximize personnel, resources and talent while conserving costs to produce a high-quality product for several audiences. This year will be a pilot program for 2015 and beyond when the Department of Defense assumes control of the
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2014
Air Force 67th birthday graphic (2). 67 plus years of airpower
Message from AF leadershipDOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. (AFNS) -- What does the Air Force want for its 67th birthday; new state of the art fighter jets, more unmanned aircraft, new maintenance facilities or how about additional satellites to launch into space?The answer is none of the above. What the Air Force really wants for its birthday is for all
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Suicide Prevention Month: a reminder of our 24/7/365 responsibility to ourselves and each other
All Airmen have a responsibility that last much longer than a one-month campaign. This responsibility extends beyond ourselves and includes our work environment, our families, friends, fellow Airmen and our communities. While Suicide Prevention Month is observed across the United States in September, the month-long event is a reminder of everyone's
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2014
Default Air Force Logo National Preparedness Month - September 2014 - Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare!
Department of Defense components partner with the Federal Emergency Management Agency every September for National Preparedness Month (NPM). NPM is an opportunity to ensure our service members, civilians, contractors and installations take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for the types of emergencies they may encounter. This year,
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Active duty social-networking guidance for political purposes
The use of social-networking sites has greatly increased over the years. Due to their popularity, sites such as Facebook and Twitter are specifically mentioned below; however, the guidance provided applies equally to all other social media platforms, such as Tumblr, MySpace, LinkedIn, etc. The following policy guidance addresses the use of social
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2014
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