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The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Dallas visits the port of Izmir, Turkey. The Dallas was returning from a Black Sea tour where it delivered humanitarian assistance to Georgia. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 523 coordinated with the Turkish National Police to arrange appropriate Force Protection measures including a local threat briefing to the ship's captain and his senior staff. AFOSI Det. 523 supports numerous U.S. ships attached to the U.S. Navy 6th Fleet during visits to Turkish ports. (U.S. Air Force photo) Welcome ashore Dallas

0 9/19
2008
Air Force Chief of Staff Seal. Department of Defense and Military Seals are protected by law from unauthorized use. These seals may NOT be used for non-official purposes. For additional information contact the appropriate proponent. 'Portraits in Courage' features AFOSI Special Agents
In trouble spots on the battleground, today's Airmen demonstrate their mettle in the face of danger -- that's the underlying message of the chief of staff's Portraits in Courage.The chief of staff of the Air Force selects very few people from across the entire service to profile in his CSAF "Portraits in Courage." In the latest edition two members
0 9/15
2008
AFOSI Gators' pitcher Adam Engleman throws a strike to Gators' shortstop Kelly Luzum for the start of an inning-ending double play. The Gators went on to a 16-2 win in the first game of a doubleheader to determinine the Andrews Air Force Base Intramural Softball Championship. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt John Jung) AFOSI Gators win softball championship
Two old rivals met Sept. 3 to settle which team would be crowned the 2008 Andrews Air Force Base Intramural softball champion: The AFOSI Gators and 744th Communications Squadron. With the Gators coming out the loser's bracket in the double-elimination tournament, they needed two wins to take the trophy.The familiar foes came full circle to face off
0 9/10
2008
AFOSI Badge and Shield Retired university professor convicted
A federal jury convicted retired University of Tennessee professor Dr. J. Reece Roth of illegally exporting military technical information related to plasma technology designed to be deployed on the wings of drones operating as weapons or surveillance systems due in part to investigations completed by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations
0 9/04
2008
Special Agents Martha Ward and Bryan Schmelzer, Forensic Science Consultants, 2nd Field Investigations Squadron, AFOSI Region 7, depart from a house they used for training July 17. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Renae L. Kleckner) AFOSI Forensic Science: We'll find you

0 8/12
2008
In observance of the 60th Anniversary of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations a wreath is placed at the Air Force Memorial Aug. 1. Saluting the wreath in a moment of tribute to the men and women of AFOSI are (l to r) Mr. Douglas Thomas, AFOSI Executive Director, Command Chief Master Sgt. Chris Redmond, AFOSI Command Chief and Brig. Gen. Dana Simmons, AFOSI commander. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. John Jung) AFOSI marks 60 years of outstanding service
Brigadier General Dana A. Simmons, Air Force Office of Special Investigations commander, hosted AFOSI's 60th Anniversary wreath-laying ceremony at the Air Force Memorial located across from the Pentagon on August 1. The purpose of the ceremony was to honor the men and women of this organization both past and present. "Here, in the shadow of the Air
0 8/05
2008
AFOSI Badge and Shield AFOSI investigation nets multimillion dollar settlement
As the outcome of a joint investigation by the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the Defense Criminal Investigative Service and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Pratt & Whitney and its subcontractor, PCC Airfoils LLC, have agreed to pay the United States $52,325,000 to resolve False Claims Act allegations that Pratt &
0 8/04
2008
Brigadier General Dana Simmons, Air Force Office of Special Investigations commander, signs a proclaimation. Modeled after the Declaration of Independence, the proclaimation resolves to find better solutions for "Work - Life - Balance" issues such as the compensation system, heavy workloads, organizational frustrations, time spent with family, clear direction, fear of punishment, the AFOSI culture and communications. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. John Jung) Marshaling a superb AFOSI future
What do Air Force Office of Special Investigations agents and former agents have in common with our nation's founding forefathers? Besides sharing esprit de corps, leadership insight and a vision for the organization's future, both groups share leadership charter-making history in America's "most historic square mile" in the historic district of
0 8/01
2008
Colonel Wilkins F. Urquhart, commander, 3th Field Investigations Squadron, hands over the squadron guidon to Lt. Col. Adam C. Engleman, the new commander of the 7th Field Investigations Squadron during an assumption of command ceremony on Jul 28. Lt. Col. Engleman hails from Shaw AFB, S.C., where he was the director of the AFOSI Special Staff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bobby Jones) Airmen preparedness key in GWOT
This month I took command of AFOSI 7th Field Investigations Squadron located on Andrews Air Force Base. The 7th FIS is responsible for providing criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigative and operational capabilities to support wings and Airmen at Andrews and Bolling Air Force Bases, the Pentagon, and Fort Meade. While we conduct our
0 8/01
2008
AFOSI Gators’ pitcher Adam Engleman pitched seven rock-solid innings and took his team on to a 9-1 win in the first game of a doubleheader. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt John Jung) Gators put the chomp on MED, push to 14-2 record

0 7/30
2008
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