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AFOSI Badge and Shield Incident at the Congas
Colorful festivals and celebrations are a mainstay throughout the year in the Latin country of Ecuador. In November, the Ecuadorians were celebrating their annual theatre festival in the city of Manta, and among the celebrants, two American contractors passed the night and early morning in a popular nightclub called the Congas. It was in that
0 12/11
2008
AFOSI Badge and Shield Korean businessman detained in bribery conspiracy involving $206 million contract
As a result of a criminal investigation jointly investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service, a South Korean businessman was ordered detained today for his alleged role in a bribery conspiracy for a $206 million telecommunications contract involving employees of the Army Air Force Exchange
0 11/24
2008
Mr. Thomas, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Executive Director (third from left) and senior agency representatives from the Army's Criminal Investigative Command, the Defense Security Service, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and elements of the Defense Intelligence Agency armed up with shovels and jointly turned the first soil for the new Military Department Investigative Agencies facility located at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.
Groundbreaking ceremony held for new Military Department Investigative Agencies facility
Mr. Doug Thomas, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Executive Director, led a contingent of approximately 20 AFOSI personnel, including Chief Master Sgt. Chris Redmond, AFOSI Command Chief and headquarters directors to Marine Corps Base Quantico, where they participated in the MDIA facility groundbreaking ceremony. The Collocate MDIA
0 11/24
2008
SA Robert Redmon receives instruction from a National Tactical Officer’s Association member during his active shooter training. (U.S. Air Force photo) AFOSI taking an 'active' stance in readiness
There have been several incidents in the past where armed individuals attacked civilian locations, resulting in multiple innocent fatalities. Random, terrifying and unpredictable, these acts seem to become more common with each passing year. Two OSI members from Det. 106 at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., participated in a three-day long training
0 11/17
2008
AFOSI Badge and Shield Air Force officials complete General Tinsley investigation
A thorough investigation conducted by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations recently found that forensic evidence was consistent with the initial assessment that Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Tinsley died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. Autopsy results coupled with toxicology findings indicated a presence of alcohol in his system
0 11/09
2008
AFOSI Badge and Shield AFOSI trains with U.S. Marshals, local departments
In yet another effort to increase the interoperability of Scott Air Force Base, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 301 joined with officers from 15 neighboring law enforcement agencies for special training held in base housing. "The goal was to teach officer survival," said Special Agent John Nottestad, AFOSI Det. 301, commander.
0 10/06
2008
Rosario Dawson is about to fire a M11 pistol at the firing range at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. Ms. Dawson was at the base researching her role as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations in the movie 'Eagle Eye.' (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Hastings) Airmen support new Hollywood movie 'Eagle Eye'
Members of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations will get ready for its close-up Sept. 26 as the movie "Eagle Eye" will be released to selected theaters around the country. The movie stars Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan and is directed by D. J. Caruso."This was a great opportunity for the Air Force to be involved in such an
0 9/26
2008
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
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