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Default Air Force Logo Joint Operational Access Exercise receives OSI counterintelligence support
Air Force Office of Special Investigations agents from Det. 303, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., participated in a Joint Operational Access Exercise Feb. 6 through 14 at Mackall Army Airfield, N.C.OSI agents were there supporting Airmen from the 571st Contingency Response Group by providing real world counterintelligence and force protection
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Air Force Office of Special Investigations 13th Field Investigations Squadron Kaiserslautern Fraud and Corruption Task Force members visited the German Police Presidium Westpfalz police station in Kaiserslautern to encourage future liaison opportunities. The German Chief of Police Wolfgang Erfurt, sixth from left, met with members from OSI's 13 FIS during their visit. OSI members around the world, whether stationed in the United States or otherwise, are always working on improving liaison relationships with their local law enforcement counterparts. (U.S. Air Force photo provided by the 13 FIS.) Building international law enforcement relationships
Air Force Office of Special Investigations 13th Field Investigations Squadron Kaiserslautern Fraud and Corruption Task Force members visited the German Police Presidium Westpfalz police station in Kaiserslautern to encourage future liaison opportunities. The German Chief of Police Wolfgang Erfurt, sixth from left, met with members from OSI's 13 FIS
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2012
The Russell-Knox Building tenants at Quantico, Va., worked together to host a joint-Combined Federal Campaign event in the building's cafeteria. Members from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Army Criminal Investigative Service, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Defense Security Service participated in the effort. Pictured here signing their CFC contribution forms are, from left, Mr. Michael Janosov, OSI executive director; Mr. Stan Sims, DSS director; Mr. James Kren, DSS deputy director, and Chief Master Sgt. John Fine, OSI command chief. CFC gives federal employees an opportunity to give back to the community and support various non-profit organizations. The CFC season runs from Sept. 1 through Dec. 15. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mike Hastings.) OSI Headquarters celebrates several CFC firsts
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations Headquarters' 2011 Combined Federal Campaign had many firsts.It was the first CFC at the new OSI Headquarters in the Russell-Knox Building, Quantico, Va., and it was the first time participating as part of the Potomac Region CFC effort. "I was thoroughly impressed that we surpassed our unofficial CFC
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2012
OSI volunteers and Habitat for Humanity workers raise the third wall of a Habitat home Feb. 23. OSI volunteers spent the day working on the home and a storage building behind it. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. James C. Dillard.) OSI Headquarters members volunteer to help build a home for a family in need
Volunteerism is one of those ideas that's at the core of what it means to show goodwill toward your fellow man.Air Force Office of Special Investigations members from the OSI Headquarters at Quantico, Va. showed that they knew the meaning of volunteerism when they took the time to help build a home for a Stafford, Va. family Feb. 25. Because so
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Lt. Col. (SA) Vasaga Tilo, left, and OSI Special Agent Andrew Schad both received Bronze Star Medals Feb. 23 at OSI Heaquarters in Quantico, Va. They are pictured here with their families at the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force picture by Mr. James C. Dillard.) Two OSI agents receive Bronze Star Medals in ceremony at OSI Headquarters
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has seen its fair share of Bronze Star Medal recipients throughout its history, and on Feb. 23, they added two more OSI agents to the long and distinguished list. Lt. Col. (SA) Vasaga Tilo and Special Agent Andrew Schad both received their Bronze Star Medals in a combined ceremony at the OSI
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2012
OSI agents from Region 5 support a variety of Air Force operations around the world. OSI Special Agent Christopher Wilbern, SA Matthew Brigham and their linguist recently visited a local tribe in Dorze Village, Ethiopia. These agents were deployed to Ethiopia in support of the 17th Air Force.  It was through Region 5’s support of this type of operation and many others that they were recognized with the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Pictured here is, from left, SA Wilbern, SA Brigham, OSI’s linguist, and an Air Force Special Operations Command member. (U.S. Air Force Photo.)
OSI Region 5 receives Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for their work in the European and African theaters
The Air Force recently announced that the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Region 5 was selected to receive the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for their work in support of the Air Force mission January 2010 through December 2010.  Region 5 was one of only four units selected from the entire Air Force for a 2010 AFOUA.They are
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Cyber Crime Prevention OSI works with U.S. Postal Inspection Service to catch cyber criminal
Criminals work their mischief where there is money to be gained, and in a world that relies heavily on the Internet, identity thieves are working overtime to find new and creative ways to steal.That was the case with Mr. Rene Quimby, who was able to get his virtual hands on the identities of more than 16,000 people. For a while, his dishonest
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2012
Default Air Force Logo OSI investigation leads to the conviction of a man who was defrauding the Air Force
After being investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations for suspected contract fraud, Mr. Charles R. Priestley, 48, pled guilty and was sentenced for making a false, fictitious and fraudulent claim to the United States Air Force. The United States District Court in East St. Louis, Mo., presided over the plea and sentenced Mr.
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2012
Default Air Force Logo OSI works with ICE and the Justice Department to put away a child molester
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations, in conjunction with the Justice Department, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, announced the guilty plea of a man responsible for sexually assaulting two boys under the age of 12 on Kadena Air Base, Japan. In U.S. District Court, Mr. Joshua Gardner, 29, admitted that, sometime between
0 2/03
2012
AFOSI Special Agent John Wisocky visits with some local children during a holiday celebration he attended in Kaya, Burkina Faso. He and another OSI agent prepared 40 wrapped gifts to distribute among some of the local students. Burkino Faso is located in Western Africa. (U.S. Air Force Photo) Deployed agents spread holiday cheer to local youth in Burkina Faso
Special Agent John Wisocky and Special Agent Derek Wright, deployed from Hurlburt Field, Fla. and RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom, respectively, participated in a local holiday celebration in Burkina Faso, a small region located in Western Africa, Dec. 20.These Air Force Office of Special Investigations agents wrapped 40 presents which were
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