Memorial event honors Fallen OSI Special Agent

Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters personnel gathered at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Va., Aug. 11, to celebrate the life and legacy of Fallen Special Agent Rick Ulbright with a memorial one mile run/walk. On Aug. 8, 2004, SA Ulbright was wounded in a rocket attack while conducting polygraph examinations at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq, and later died from his injuries. He was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star, the Outstanding Civilian Career Service Award and the Defense of freedom medal. Ulbright’s wife, two children and six grandchildren attended the memorial event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)

Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters personnel gathered at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Va., Aug. 11, to celebrate the life and legacy of Fallen Special Agent Rick Ulbright with a memorial one mile run/walk. On Aug. 8, 2004, SA Ulbright was wounded in a rocket attack while conducting polygraph examinations at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq, and later died from his injuries. He was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star, the Outstanding Civilian Career Service Award and the Defense of freedom medal. Ulbright’s wife, two children and six grandchildren attended the memorial event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)

Air Force Office of Social investigations Executive Director, Jeffrey Specht, coins family members of Fallen Special Agent Rick Ulbright Aug. 11, during the OSI headquarters memorial one mile run/walk honoring SA Ulbright's life and legacy. On Aug. 8, 2004, he was wounded in a rocket attack while conducting polygraph examinations at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq, and later died from his injuries. He was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star, the Outstanding Civilian Career Service Award and the Defense of Freedom Medal. Ulbright’s wife, two children and six grandchildren attended the memorial event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)

Air Force Office of Social investigations Executive Director, Jeffrey Specht, coins family members of Fallen Special Agent Rick Ulbright Aug. 11, during the OSI headquarters memorial one mile run/walk honoring SA Ulbright's life and legacy. On Aug. 8, 2004, he was wounded in a rocket attack while conducting polygraph examinations at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq, and later died from his injuries. He was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star, the Outstanding Civilian Career Service Award and the Defense of Freedom Medal. Ulbright’s wife, two children and six grandchildren attended the memorial event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)