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United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy Basic Special Investigators Course Class 16-02 joins USAFSIA Commander Col. Shan B. Nuckols, left, and Command Chief Master Sgt. Rob Redmon, right, commemorating the graduation of the academy's 15,000th Special Agent in this class March 24. (USAFSIA photo) USAFSIA reaches graduate milestone
March 10, 1949, ushered in a new era in federal law enforcement with the graduation of the first class of Special Agents from the fledgling United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy at the Washington, D.C. National Guard Armory.Fast-forward to March 24, 2016, and the USAFSIA graduating class at the Federal Law Enforcement Training
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The U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Maryland, announced April 27, 2017, that a defense contractor was sentenced to five years in prison and three years of supervised release, for a wire fraud conspiracy and for paying illegal gratuities to a government official, in connection with the award of more than $53 million in federal government contracts. (U.S. Dept. of Justice photo)     Former Hill AFB contractor charged with unlawful exportation
Scott A. Williams, 51, of Huntsville, Utah, is charged with two counts of unlawful exportation of goods from the United States, false statement in a document and conversion of property of the United States in an indictment unsealed recently in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City. Williams is a former civilian contract employee at Hill Air Force
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The Air Force Office of Special Investigations teamed with five fellow federal agencies in the investigation of two shipping firms at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., fined $3.65M for falsifying documentation on cargo moving into and out of Afghanistan. (Courtesy photo) Scott AFB shipping firms pay $3.65M for falsifying records
Two shipping companies working with U.S. Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., have paid $3.65 million in civil fines for falsifying records on cargo to be moved into and out of Afghanistan, Acting U.S. Attorney James L. Porter of the Southern District of Illinois announced March 10.Farrell Lines Inc. and its affiliate, Damco USA
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The Air Force Office of Special Investigations Procurement Fraud Det. 2 OL-B, Buckley AFB, Colo., initiated an investigation of potential false claims submitted on two AF contracts resulting in $10,567,760 being voluntarily repaid to the AF. (AFOSI graphic) Fighting fraud in AF SBIR and STTR programs
In 2015, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Office of Procurement Fraud Investigations Directorate identified an opportunity to fight fraud in the Air Force's Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs. The OSI Procurement Fraud Investigations team turned this opportunity into a proactive
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A former employee of a U.S. government contractor in Afghanistan was sentenced June 14, 2018, for accepting illegal kickbacks from an Afghan subcontractor in return for his assistance in obtaining subcontracts on U.S. government contracts. (Department of Justice graphic) Dallas man pleads guilty to AAFES jewelry theft
Arthur Lee Hightower, II, a Dallas man who was on the lam for more than seven months following his indictment in May 2015 for his role in a jewelry theft scheme that targeted the Army and Air Force Exchange Services, is in custody, and pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to the scheme, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.The
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Brittany Boccher, spouse of  Special Agent Adam Boccher of Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 327 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., is that installation's 2016 Military Spouse of the Year. (U. S. Air Force photo) Boccher named Little Rock MSOY
When it comes to recognizing the accomplishments of Brittany Boccher, her biggest supporter has always been her husband, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent, Adam Boccher.Now others are taking notice.Mrs. Boccher was selected Jan. 25 as the 2016 Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., Military Spouse of the Year which is part of the
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A federal grand jury in Salt Lake City returned a two-count indictment April 26, 2017, charging Shawna Marie Chapman, 30, with attempt to commit murder and assault resulting in serious bodily injury. (U.S. Dept. of Justice graphic) Contractor sentenced for kickbacks, tax evasion
An Enterprise, Ala., resident was sentenced Feb. 17, in the Southern District of Florida, to 48 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for accepting unlawful kickbacks and tax evasion, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Caroline D. Ciraolo of the Justice Department's Tax Division.According to court documents and
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The need for a Cold Case Program was identified after extensive review of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations unresolved cases, which were highlighted to include death, sexual assault, fugitive, deserter, kidnapping and missing persons’ investigations. (AFOSI photo) Cold Case - Air Force Style
Currently, there are 61 Air Force deserters who remain fugitives of justice. The oldest deserter on the Air Force books is now 85 years old. He deserted in 1967. The most recent deserter, who is still on the lam, is Master Sergeant Danreddy Jalos. He deserted from an Army installation in the Republic of Korea in 2014. The need for a Cold Case
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Default Air Force Logo South Florida government contractor sentenced to prison for tax fraud
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations assisted in the case resulting in a government contractor based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, being sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison for filing a false income tax return, Acting Assistant Attorney General Caroline D. Ciraolo of the Justice Department's Tax Division announced Feb. 2.According
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Default Air Force Logo Retired AF SNCO sentenced to prison for disclosing confidential government contract bid information, tax fraud
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations assisted in the case where a retired U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant was sentenced January 28, 2016, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to 18 months in prison following his guilty plea to unlawfully disclosing confidential procurement information and filing a false tax
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