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Default Air Force Logo Media man pleads guilty to major fraud against the United States and obstruction of audit
Kenneth Narzikul, 59, of Media, Pa., pleaded guiltytoday to charges of major fraud against the United States, obstruction of afederal audit, and making false claims to the government, in connection withoperation of his business, NP Precision, Inc., a machine tool businesslocated in Folcroft, Pa. U.S. District Court Judge L. Felipe Restreposcheduled
0 8/27
2014
Default Air Force Logo See something? Hear something? Say something! AFOSI Tip Line available across multimedia spectrum
A member of the Air Force is overheard by a co-worker making blatant comments regarding harming individuals in his unit and others on base. His rant does not go unnoticed, but it is difficult to tell if he is simply blowing off steam or if this is a genuine threat. In this instance, a fellow airman reported her suspicions to law enforcement. The
0 8/21
2014
Lieutenant General Gregory A. Biscone is the Air Force Inspector General, effective Aug. 15, 2014. Lieutenant General Gregory A. Biscone assigned as Inspector General of the Air Force
Effective today, Lt. Gen. Gregory A. Biscone is assigned as the Inspector General of the Air Force, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C. The Inspector General reports to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force on matters concerning Air Force effectiveness, efficiency and the military discipline of active duty, Air
0 8/15
2014
U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent James F. Hoy. Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM/PA Getting the full experience - Airman trains with Marines, takes top honors
U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent James F. Hoy accomplished a feat earlier this year that is rarely achieved by Air Force members. He was named the Honor Graduate of his Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy class. Not a unique achievement you may think, except, he attended the Marine Corps equivalent of the
0 8/14
2014
Special Agent David Ohlinger fills out a scorecard after completing a round of firing during a rifle competition at Camp Perry, Ohio. Ohlinger and three other members of the Air Force Shooting Team competed in the annual Civilian Marksmanship Program rifle competitions in Camp Perry, Ohio. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee) On target: AF Shooting Team showcases skills on world stage
Staring down the iron sight of his AR-15, Air Force Special Agent David Ohlinger shuts out the world. It's just him, his rifle and his target sitting 600 yards away. More than seven years of experience have made Ohlinger's preparation second nature, but the stifling July heat causes beads of sweat to build on his forehead, threatening to break the
0 8/12
2014
Brig. Gen. Keith Givens, OSI commander, and the youngest OSI member present, Senior Airman LateshaOliver, cut the Birthday cake. (photo by Mike Hastings) OSI celebrates 66th anniversary at picnic
Members of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations gathered at Locust Shade Park near Quantico Marine Corps Base, Va., to celebrate the organization's 66th anniversary. OSI officially became operational Aug. 1, 1948, with director General Joseph Carroll leading investigative and counterintelligence activities from 25 geographic districts.
0 8/11
2014
On August 1, 1948, OSI officially became operational with director General Joseph Carroll leading investigative and counterintelligence activities from 25 geographic districts.  This anniversary marks 66 years of OSI excellence in investigative and counterintelligence activities.  Happy Birthday OSI! Happy Birthday OSI
On August 1, 1948, OSI officially became operational with director General Joseph Carroll leading investigative and counterintelligence activities from 25 geographic districts. This anniversary marks 66 years of OSI excellence in investigative and counterintelligence activities. Happy Birthday OSI!
0 8/01
2014
Default Air Force Logo Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA) Update
AFOSI's policy on LEOSA has been updated. You can read details regarding the changes on the AFOSI public website main page under Latest News and Commentaries. Several documents have been loaded on this website for LEOSA ID Card applicants. The link for these documents can be found on the right side of the main page under Featured Internal Links. It
0 7/09
2014
Special Agent Brad Byington, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, and Capt. Hayley Byington, a pediatric nurse practitioner at Wright-Patterson Medical Center recently help save the lives of car crash survivors. Photo by Brian Brackens Wright-Patterson AFB Airmen deliver timely assistance to drivers after serious car crash
Special Agent Brad Byington, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, 1 Field Investigations Region was at the right place at the right time during a recent drive to work. During his commute, Byington witnessed a car crash in which a small vehicle was "t-boned" by a large SUV traveling 60 mph.Acting quickly, Byington raced to the driver of the
0 7/08
2014
Default Air Force Logo AFOSI - LEOSA Policy Change
AFOSI's policy on LEOSA has been updated. You can read details regarding the changes on the AFOSI public website main page under Latest News and Commentaries. Several documents have been loaded on this website for LEOSA ID Card applicants. The link for these documents can be found on the right side of the main page under Featured Internal Links. It
0 7/07
2014
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