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Default Air Force Logo HQ OSI Financial Management Division recognized by Air Force Financial Management as pick for Top-Notch Tuesday Award
It's Top-Notch Tuesday! This week, we spotlight Headquarters Air Force Office of Special Investigations Financial Management Division, Quantico, Va.The HQ AFOSI Financial Management team is being recognized by Secretary of the Air Force's Financial Management Division for the Top Notch Tuesday Award on its Facebook page for April 2014. The HQ
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Association Salutes AFOSI as 2014 Team of the Year
The Air Force Association (AFA) recently announced the AFA 2014 Team of the Year, honoring the Air Force Office of Special Investigations career field.The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has been the Air Force's major investigative service since August 1948. AFOSI has 2,738 active-duty, Reserve, and civilian personnel, and operates
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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
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Default Air Force Logo Airman receives courts-martial and sentence
Tech. Sgt. Michael L. Merritt, 319th Missile Squadron, facility manager, faced a judge-only General Court Martial March 17-18, 2014, and was sentenced to 50 years confinement, reduction to Airman Basic, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and a dishonorable discharge. The offenses include charges involving four children spanning from 2003 through
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Default Air Force Logo IG: Academy informant's expulsion not tied to work with OSI
An inspector general inquiry has found that agents with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations acted properly when they used an Air Force Academy cadet as a confidential informant.Former cadet Eric Thomas had charged he was ordered to break cadet policy while working with investigators and then abandoned when he got into trouble. Thomas was
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Default Air Force Logo Man admits to three Pennsylvania bank robberies
A Montgomery County, Pa., man admitted his role in three bank robberies in Pennsylvania, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced on March 3.Kyle Wilson, 22, of Fort Washington, Pa., pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez in Camden, New Jersey, federal court to information charging him with three counts of bank robbery. In
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Default Air Force Logo AFOSI offers reward for arrest, conviction of suspects
The US Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) is seeking information pertaining to the person(s) responsible for and/or associated with the theft of US Government equipment from building 1068 on RAF Lakenheath. The items stolen include advanced combat helmets, modular sleeping systems, interceptor body armor kits, and extreme cold
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Default Air Force Logo AF, AFA announce 2014 Team of the Year Award
Each year, a specific enlisted career field is selected for recognition. The members of this career field represent the professionalism, technical expertise and leadership of all Airmen.The Air Force and the Air Force Association are proud to announce the selection of the 7S0X1 Air Force Office of Special Investigation career field as the 2014 Team
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Default Air Force Logo Special Agent receives Bronze Star for saving Airman’s life
Special Agent Nicolo Solarino, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment. 217, received the Bronze Star Medal with Valor, at a ceremony held at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., Nov. 26., for heroic actions taken while under enemy attack during a deployment in 2004. At the time, Solarino was a Senior Airman assigned to the 887th Expeditionary
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Default Air Force Logo Child molester gets 30-year prison sentence
An 18-year-old male who was convicted last year for sexually molesting two minor girls was sentenced by Judge James Canto to 30 years in prison without the possibility of parole.Muki Joseph Redhat Callahan was found guilty by a Superior Court jury on Oct. 9, 2013 on four counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and five counts of
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