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The evolution of Air Force Office of Special Investigations Protective Services Operations was underscored with the newly created Investigations Collections Operations Nexus PSO Team. (AFOSI graphic) New ICON PSO Team making a difference
For the Special Agents of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations there's much more to Protective Services Operations than donning their signature sunglasses.PSOs are techniques and procedures designed to protect individuals from accidental injury, embarrassment, physical assault or death during a specific event, while traveling or over an
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Chief Master Sgt. Christopher J. VanBurger assumes his new position as the 15th Air Force Office of Special Investigations Command Chief on Feb. 15, 2016. (Official U. S. Air Force photo) VanBurger ushers in new era as 15th OSI Command Chief
Chief Master Sgt. Christopher J. VanBurger is passionate about the Air Force and it's Office of Special Investigations. On Feb. 15, 2016, the career Airman and Special Agent reaches the pinnacle of both.That day the Centereach Long Island, New York, native assumes his new position as the 15th OSI Command Chief, putting an exclamation point on a
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Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Chester J. McBride was remembered at a memorial service at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., Jan. 13. McBride was one of six Airmen killed by a suicide bombing attack near Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, Dec. 21. (U.S. Air Force photo)  Airman McBride hailed a hero, honored at Maxwell
Staff Sgt. Chester J. McBride was remembered Jan. 13  as a man who died a hero's death.He died to save another.That is the legacy McBride, 30, of Statesboro, Georgia, left for those who knew him best at Maxwell Air Force Base and Montgomery's law enforcement community. Military and local police officers joined McBride's friends and family at a
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Col. Jeffrey Hurlbert, Director of Special Investigations and Senior AFOSI Representative to the Pentagon, congratulates AFOSI Command Chief Master Sergeant Walker H. Cottingham after presenting him with the Legion of Merit during Cottingham's retirement ceremony at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Jan. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)    OSI salutes 14th Command Chief upon retirement
A true stalwart in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations family will soon hang up his blue suit and badge for the last time.Chief Master Sgt. Walker H. "Hank" Cottingham, Jr., the 14th Command Chief in the storied 67-year history of OSI, bid an emotional farewell during his official retirement ceremony at The Clubs at Quantico Jan. 8."One
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Special Agent Jeffrey Wills is the lone Air Force Office of Special Investigations member among 328 nominees in 21 categories to be recognized with a 2015 General John P. Jumper Award for Excellence in Warfighting Integration. (Official U.S. Air Force photo) AF lauds SA with warfighter integration award
The 2015 General John P. Jumper Award for Excellence in Warfighting Integration Enlisted Airman of the Year is Special Agent Jeffrey Wills, 2nd Field Investigations Squadron, Joint Base Andrews, Md.The Jumper Award recognizes individuals for sustained superior performance and outstanding contributions to the integration of Air Force or DoD
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QUANTICO, Va. -- Australian Federal Police Commander, Grant Edwards offers condolences from his organization to Air Force Office of Special Investigations Commander, Brig. Gen. Keith M. Givens, prior to the Dec. 7 Memorial Service here for the six Airmen killed in a suicide bombing near Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan Dec. 21. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)     Australians support OSI at Memorial Service

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Funeral services were held Jan. 8 in Easton, Pa., for Air Force Staff Sgt. and Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Peter W. Taub, who was among six Airmen killed in a suicide bombing attack Dec. 21 near Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. (Photo courtesy Lehighvalleylive.com) Husband, father, hero: Hundreds in Easton honor Airman killed in Afghanistan
Hero is a word overused in modern society, said U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Keith Givens.Givens, commander of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, was in Easton Jan. 8 to help say goodbye to one of his agents, Staff Sgt. Peter W. Taub.Taub, killed Dec. 21 while serving in Afghanistan, was remembered during a memorial service at St. John's
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Brig. Gen. Keith M. Givens, Air Force Office of Special Investigations commander and Mr.Jeffrey Specht, OSI executive director, accept financial donations from the Federal Law Enforcement Officer Association Foundation, through the engagement of the Coast Guard Investigative Service, to benefit the families of four Fallen Heroes killed in the Dec. 21 suicide bomber attack near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. Presenting the checks Jan. 7 are Mr. Jason Wimer, far right, Special Agent in Charge of the CGIS Washington Field Office and CGIS Agency President for FLEOA, and Michael Berkow, second from right, Director of CGIS. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Michael Hastings)       Law enforcement brethren aid families of Fallen Heroes
In a show of solidarity and support, the Federal Law Enforcement Officer Association Foundation, through the engagement of the Coast Guard Investigative Service, made financial contributions to the families of the four Air Force Office of Special Investigations Airmen killed in the suicide bomber attack near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan Dec.
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The four Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agents  and two Security Forces Defenders who were killed by a suicide bomber near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan Dec. 21, are remembered during a memorial service at the United States Marine Memorial Chapel, Quantico, Va., Jan. 7. (U.S Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)  OSI eulogizes Fallen Heroes from its 'darkest day'
More than 650 people overflowed the United States Marine Memorial Chapel here Jan. 7 to mourn the loss and remember the lives of the six Airmen killed by a suicide bomber near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan Dec. 21.The four Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agents and two Security Forces defenders were fatally wounded when their
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Default Air Force Logo Remember those who gave their lives
As we look ahead to a new year we inevitably think about the one that just passed. There's good and bad in those reflections and always hope and plans for a better year ahead.What we must not forget when we look at our lives is that nothing we enjoy is possible without liberty and freedom. It allows us to dream, achieve and certainly to disagree,
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