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AFOSI Shield JPG Air Force Office of Special Investigations named team of the year
Air Force and Air Force Association officials have named Air Force Office of Special Investigations as the 2008 Team of the Year. Each year, the AFA, working with major command level command chief master sergeants and the Office of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, selects a specific Air Force career field for this recognition. The
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force staff sergeant dies in motorcycle accident
Staff Sergeant Eugene R. Kay of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations was killed in a motorcycle accident on April 19 in Calvert County, Maryland. Kay, 37, a network enterprise controller for AFOSI at Andrews AFB, was traveling in Calvert County, Southeast of Andrews, at the time of the accident. Kay, a U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant, is
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2008
Airman 1st Class Justin Barajas, 71st Medical Group bioenvironmental engineering, and Senior Airman Brock Evans, 71st Logistics Readiness Squadron civil engineering readiness, practice taking and analyzing samples during training April 15 at Vance Air Force Base, Okla., on how to process a hazardous materials incident.  The training was provided by an Air Force Office of Special Investigations crime scene investigator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Tony Wickman) Did you say CSI or AFOSI?
First responders here received training April 15 from an Air Force Office of Special Investigations crime scene investigator on how to process a hazardous materials incident. Special Agent Jennifer Steel, one of AFOSI's forensic science consultants, came to Vance to teach people from bioenvironmental, AFOSI, security forces and the fire department
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2008
OSI Special Agent Jac Christiansen speaks at his award ceremony after receiving a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart and a Combat Action Medal for his services during his 2007 deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. AFOSI agent awarded medals
An Air Force Office of Special Investigations special agent received three medals March 20 for his actions while deployed in support of the global war on terrorism. Special Agent Jac Christiansen was awarded a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart and the Combat Action Medal while assigned to an Air Force and Marine unit in the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing
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2008
Default Air Force Logo AFOSI officials seeks special agent candidates
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is seeking exceptional non-commissioned officers for duty as enlisted special agents. The AFOSI mission is to identify, exploit and neutralize criminal, terrorist and intelligence threats to the Air Force, Department of Defense and U.S. Government. With more than 2,900 members, AFOSI has been the Air
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2008
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent James Collins (right) comforts a civilian contractor after rescuing him from a lake in Iraq after the contractor jumped out of a U.S. Marine C-46 Sea Knight helicopter that crash landed. Agent Collins and several others witnessed it crash-land in the rough 52 degree waters Dec. 3, 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo) AFOSI agent a lifesaver in Iraq
I don't think I'm going to make it. This was the chilling thought that ran through Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Jim Collins' mind as he swam for his life in the equally chilling, 50-degree, 300-foot deep, cholera-filled water of Lake Quadisiya in Iraq. Approximately a half an hour earlier, on a cold and blustery December
0 2/01
2008
Brig. Gen. Dana Simmons, Air Force Office of Special Investigations commander, presents Special Agent James Collins with the Airman's Medal Jan. 15. Special Agent Collins received the Airman's Medal for heroism and his selfless actions in helping evacuate and save troops from a U.S. Marine C-46 Sea Knight helicopter that crashed in Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo) AFOSI agent receives Airman's Medal

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2008
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Joshua Goodwin talks to Iraqi children while on patrol in Baghdad. AFOSI agents listen carefully and watch for clues, gathering information that will help them zero in on the insurgents they seek. (U.S. Air Force photo) Two AFOSI agents receive Bronze Star
Jimmy Doolittle received one. So did Colin Powell. Other service members throughout the rank structure have earned this honor for heroic or meritorious achievement. Now, two Ellsworth Airmen can be added to the list of Bronze Star recipients. While deployed to Iraq, Terry Krebs, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 226 commander,
0 1/24
2008
ALI AIR BASE, Iraq -- Iraqi children wait in line to receive school supplies from an Air Force Special Agent Dec. 29 in a village near An Nasiriyah. In just over a month, Airmen of the 407th Air Expeditionary Group collected thousands of school supply items, soccer balls, stuffed animals and toys from back home for the base's Operation Iraqi Child program. (Courtesy Photo) 'Operation' Iraqi Child

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2008
Colonel Ricky D. Gibbs, commander of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, pins the Army Commendation Medal with 'V' Device for valor onto Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Travis Guthmiller at Forward Operating Base Falcon in the Rashid District of Baghdad. Special Agent Guthmiller is part of Task Force Troy and attached to the 610th Brigade Support Battalion, was awarded the medal for rendering medical aid to a Soldier and saving his life. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Robert Timmons) Special Agent flies to Soldier's aid, earns valor award
An Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special agent attached to the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team was awarded the Army Commendation Medal with a 'V' Device for Valor for his actions that led to the saving of a Soldier's life. Special Agent Travis Guthmiller, a member of Weapons Intelligence Team 10 of Task Force Troy was responding to a
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2007
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