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A weapons cache is blown up in Afgahnistan by Air Force Office of Special Investigations and  Air EOD personnel.  The weapons were obtained Special Agent Robert Lawler, amember of the Tinker OSI Detachment 114, when he was deployed in 2007.  (Courtesy photo) AFOSI Detachment 114 named top AFMC unit
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 114 recently received recognition as the top AFOSI detachment supporting Air Force Materiel Command and second in line for the Air Force."This unit is one of the world's busiest," said Special Agent in Charge Jack Angelo. "It's a constant challenge for this unit to meet the demands of the
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AFOSI Shield JPG AFOSI is 2008 AFA Team of the Year
It wasn't exactly the welcome he was expecting, but Special Agent Timothy Rivera said it was pretty unforgettable as he stood in line to in-process at Balad Air Base, Iraq, during his deployment in 2006. "It was my first day, not even my first hour on the ground, and we were getting incoming mortars," he said. "Everyone with me dropped to the
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Special Agent (Master Sgt.) Jac Christiansen (center), Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 406, Columbus Air Force Base, Miss., Master Sgt. Ronald Beadles (left), 319th Maintenance Squadron, Grand Forks AFB, N.D., and Senior Airman Mary Bullock (right), 11th Intelligence Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla., were handpicked by Air Force leadership to be Grand Marshals in this year's parade because of their heroic acts or outstanding work in support of OPERATIONS IRAQI FREEDOM or ENDURING FREEDOM. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt.  John Jung)      AFOSI Agent serves as Grand Marshal in National Memorial Day Parade
The 2008 National Memorial Day Parade kicked off right on time from the National Archives in Washington D.C. with three Airmen as the parade Grand Marshals aboard the lead float with actor Gary Sinise. Mr. Sinise, a military advocate, is the star of CSI: New York and best known in military circles for his role as Lt. Dan in Forrest Gump. His band,
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1st Lt. Gregory DeGruchy places a candle in front of a memorial during a candlelight vigil May 13 at an air base in Southwest Asia. The candlelight vigil was a memorial service designated to pay homage to law enforcement officers who selflessly gave their lives in the line of duty during the past year including Air Force Office of Special Investigation special agents, security forces members and military working dogs. Lieutenant DeGruchy is the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron officer in charge of force protection. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Jason McCree) 
Security forces Airmen honor fallen comrades, AFOSI Agents
Airmen deployed to the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron here commemorated National Police Week May 11 through 17 at a Southwest Asian air base.Members of the 386th ESFS paid homage to those killed in action by hosting a series of events celebrating the memory of their fallen comrades. Every year in the United States, more than 60,000
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Default Air Force Logo AFOSI investigation leads to indictment of university professor and Tennessee company
A joint investigation conducted by the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Commerce Office of Export Enforcement led a federal grand jury to return an 18-count indictment charging J. Reece Roth, 70, a Professor Emeritus at The University of
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Instructors and staff of the United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy (USAFSIA) gathered at the headquarters building of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Brunswick, Ga., April 14, to do their part for the Air Force Office of Special Investigation’s 60th Anniversary ceremony. Folding Flag: Left - SrA Sara McCoy, AFSIA IM; Right - TSgt Charles Meore; NCOIC, AFSIA/CSS; At Flag Pole:  TSgt Phillip Santomauro, Instructor, AFSIA Basic Division. In Rear from Left to Right:  Lt Col Nicholas Mattia, IMA to AFSIA/CC; Major Keith Crook FSC/Instructor; Mr. Jeffrey Thompson, Director, AFSIA Advanced Division; Capt. Brent Heckel, Director, AFSIA Basic Division; CMSgt Walker Cottingham AFSIA Superintendent. (Courtesy photo) USAF Special Investigations Academy takes part in AFOSI's 60th Anniversary Ceremony
Recently the instructors and staff of the United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy (USAFSIA) gathered at the headquarters building of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Brunswick, Ga. to do their part for the Air Force Office of Special Investigation's (AFOSI) 60th Anniversary ceremony. At 10 a.m., uniformed FLETC
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Portraits of Special Agents David Wieger, Nathan Schuldheiss, Thomas Crowell, Matthew Kuglics and Ryan Balmer are unveiled at the AFOSI Rotunda by the Andrews Air Force Base Honor Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Hastings) Five AFOSI Agents added to Hall of Heroes
Brigadier General Dana Simmons, commander, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, presided over a memorial ceremony for the AFOSI Hall of Heroes on May 13. The ceremony honored five agents lost during actions in OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM in the past year. Special Agents Ryan Balmer, Matthew Kuglics, Thomas Crowell, Nathan Schuldheiss and David
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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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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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