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Brig. Gen. Kevin Jacobsen, Air Force Office of Special Investigations commander, talks to the family of Special Agent Frank McBride, who was being honored with a Bronze Star Medal. SA McBride received the medal in recognition of his work supporting the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Afghanistan in 2010-2011. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mr. James C. Dillard.) OSI Agent receives Bronze Star for his deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
With friends, family members and fellow AFOSI agents present, Special Agent Frank McBride was awarded the Bronze Star Medal Nov. 22 in recognition of his hard work and dedication to the Operation Enduring Freedom mission - specifically for his part in the Afghanistan Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force operations.Brig. Gen. Kevin Jacobsen,
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2011
An Air Force Office of Special Investigations member plants a tree in front of one of the Action In Community Through Service buildings. Several OSI members took time off to give back to their community by sprucing up the grounds around one of the ACTS facilities Oct 31. ACTS is a community service agency that works in the northern Virginia area to alleviate hunger, homelessness and domestic violence, and to help people achieve self-sufficiency. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mr. James C. Dillard) AFOSI gives back to the community
When people think of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, their first thought probably isn't about landscaping. But that's the volunteer mission OSI members engaged in Oct. 31, when they traded in their badges and guns for shovels and wheel barrows to spruce up the grounds around an Action in Community Through Service (ACTS) facility.
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Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, Mr. William A. Davidson accepts a shadow box from Brig. Gen. Kevin Jacobsen, AFOSI commander. Mr. Davidson, a former OSI agent, received a special tour of the AFOSI Headquarters at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Sept. 23. During his tour of the headquarters, OSI also announced the re-naming of the Investigations Collections Operations Nexus conference room to the William A. Davidson Conference Room. A special display featuring Mr. Davidson's Air Force career was unveiled for him and his wife, Peg, to mark the occasion. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mr. Mike Hastings.) Adminstrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force receives special recognition from AFOSI
Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, Mr. William A. Davidson, visited the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Headquarters at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Sept. 23.AFOSI invited Mr. Davidson, a former OSI agent, to the headquarters to receive an official tour of the new facility. Mr. Davidson's tour included a
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Officials representing the five residing agencies at the Russell Knox Building cut the ribbon to officially commemorate the grand opening of the facility at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Sept. 19. They were joined by representatives for the agencies who held key roles in the construction of the building. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mike Hastings.) AFOSI celebrates the grand opening of the Russell-Knox Building at MCB Quantico with fellow RKB tenants
Representatives from a variety of state and federal agencies gathered to officially celebrate the grand opening of the Russell-Knox Building at Quantico Marine Corps Base, Va., Sept. 19.The RKB houses five agencies, including the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Defense Security Service, the United
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2011
Default Air Force Logo AFOSI helps protect taxpayer dollars through fraud investigations
With $4.5 billion allocated for Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, military construction projects, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations is taking a proactive approach to protect the Air Force's investment and taxpayer dollars.One direction in AFOSI's endeavor to watch over crucial Air Force dollars is to create a greater awareness about
0 9/08
2011
Special Agent Kyle McCracken, right, accepts the second place award in the network forensics contest on behalf of the OSI cyber team at the DEF CON 19 conference. There were several contests during the conference, including lock-picking, art, slogan, scavenger hunt, capture the flag and network forensics. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of SA Kyle McCracken.) Cyber crime investigators hang out with hackers at the DEF CON 19 hacker conference
A few Air Force Office of Special Investigations cyber crime investigators recently found a way to make a positive impact in the hacker community.These CCI's attended DEF CON 19, one of the world's largest annual hacker conventions. The event was held over the weekend of August 6 in Las Vegas, Nev. DEF CON attendees represent a variety of
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2011
One of the firing competitors takes aim downrange during the Det. 340, MacDill AFB, Fla., law enforcement day March 18. More than 60 LE and state agencies were represented at the event, including prosecutors, judges, federal agents and local police officers, to name a few. The participants competed in a golf event and later in small-arms target shooting at MacDill’s Combat Arms and Maintenance range. (U.S. Air Force Photo) AFOSI Det. 340 holds annual law enforcement day
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Det. 340, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., hosted a law enforcement liaison event March 18 to reinforce AFOSI's relationship with the Tampa Bay LE community.More than 60 LE and state agencies were represented at the event, including prosecutors, judges, federal agents and local police officers, to name a few.
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Col. Keith Givens, Air Force Office of Special Investigations vice commander, pins the Meritorious Civilian Service Award on Special Agent George Murphy. SA Murphy, a Naval Criminal Investigative Service member, received the award for his support of OSI's Warfighter Readiness and Execution Directorate. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mr. James C. Dillard) NCIS agent receives Meritorious Service Award for his work with AFOSI
Special Agent George Murphy, a Naval Criminal Investigative Service member, was awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award July 12 for his support of the Air Force Office of Investigations. The award was given to SA Murphy to recognize his work as the OSI Directorate of Warfighter Readiness and Execution deputy director. He served in this
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2011
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agents Megan Rauch and Sue Lantrip stop for a photo after a conference held in Southwest Asia. SA Rauch and SA Lantrip were among seven members that attended the conference which informed government and civilian contractors about their jobs as International Contract Corruption Task Force members. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Graham) AFOSI agents support the International Contract Corruption Task Force
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is involved in many joint-military and law enforcement endeavors, a practice that is becoming more necessary as operational tempos increase around the world.One such joint endeavor is the International Contract Corruption Task Force, a group comprised of representatives from nine federal agencies,
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Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Roy speaks to AFOSI civilians and military members during an "all-call" at the OSI headquarters. Chief Roy talked with the group about the growing importance of joint coalition operations in the Middle East; stressed the necessity of education, experience and training for proper development of both the enlisted and officer force; and finally encouraged strength and resiliency, especially in these difficult times. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mr. Mike Hastings) Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Roy visits the new AFOSI HQ
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Roy visited the new Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., July 7 for the first time. Upon arrival at the headquarters, he was met by OSI senior leadership, including Brig. Gen. Kevin Jacobsen, OSI commander, Mr. Michael Janosov, OSI executive
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