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Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent David Ohlinger holds the rifle used to earn him the Air Force Distinguished Rifleman Badge. SA Ohlinger is only the 353rd marksman in Air Force history to earn the coveted award. (U.S. Air Force photos/Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee) OSI Academy marksman joins Nation's elite
There are marksmen, and then there are marksmen like Special Agent David Ohlinger.
0 2/08
2017
While the AFOSI Organizational Development directorate's approach may have changed over the decades, they remain steadfast to help equip the command's philosophy of a participative leadership in the pursuit of mission success, development of people and organizational excellence at all levels. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Mr. Albert Tubbs) OSI's Organizational Development directorate equips leaders for excellence
Know yourself...know your team...lead your people...execute the mission. That mantra forms the Air Force's only organizational development directorate created 35 years ago as a mission enabler within the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
0 2/03
2017
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Katherine Licht and her horse, Storm, go Skijoring with a skier in Montana. Skijoring is like waterskiing behind a horse and is a winter outdoor equestrian sport in the western state. (Courtesy photo/SA Katherine Licht)   Agent learns leadership lessons from a horse
When Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Katherine Licht arrived at her new duty station in Montana, it was a dream come true.
0 1/10
2017
Tis the season for music courtesy of the U.S. Air Force Brass Quintet, shown as they perform holiday favorites Dec. 14 at the Russell Knox Building Collaboration Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The ensemble of Air Force NCOs and Senior NCO's appeared at the invitation of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)  AF Brass Quintet spreads holiday cheer
Tis the season for music courtesy of the U.S. Air Force Brass Quintet, shown as they perform holiday favorites Dec. 14 at the Russell Knox Building Collaboration Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The ensemble of Air Force NCOs and Senior NCO's appeared at the invitation of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Hastings)
0 12/15
2016
Col. Terry Bullard, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Region 2 Commander, presents Elmore County, Idaho, Sheriff Rick Layher a memento from AFOSI saluting his 40-year law enforcement career and long-standing working relationship with OSI Det. 221 at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. (U.S. Air Force photo/OSI Det. 221)    AFOSI salutes retiring sheriff
Col. Terry Bullard, Air Force Office of Special investigations Region 2 Commander, joined OSI Special Agent Jon Waterlander, Detachment 221 Commander (not pictured) in thanking Sheriff Rick Layher.
0 12/08
2016
Tech. Sgt. Natasha Fenton focuses on attempting a clean squat at the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Inaugural Powerlifting Meet Oct. 29, 2016. (Courtesy photo) Novice powerlifter makes her mark
Tech. Sgt. Natasha Fenton strives for excellence the old school way - she rolls up her sleeves and works hard.
0 12/01
2016
Special Agent (Capt.) Justin Soderlund crafted this woodcarving memorial to Special Agent (Capt.) Alexander Stanton of Det. 421, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., who died in a motorcycle accident Sept. 30, 2016, near his home in Scottsdale, Ariz. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy SA Justin Soderlund) SA's hobby pays tribute to fallen comrade
On Sept. 30, 2016, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations family tragically lost one of its own when Special Agent (Capt.) Alex Stanton of Det. 421, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., was killed in a motorcycle accident near his home in Scottsdale, Ariz.
0 11/15
2016
Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment  212 runners from Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., participated in the Guardians of the Night K-9 5K July 25 to honor the memory of Fargo, a K-9 deputy killed in the line of duty. (Photo courtesy Richland County Sheriff's Department) Shaw OSI Det runs in memory of late K-9
The bond among members of the law enforcement community is not only palpable, but at times memorable.Just ask members of Office of Special Investigations Detachment 212 at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. who joined local civilian authorities to honor a four-legged comrade killed in the line of duty.On July 25 a group of detachment runners participated in
0 9/09
2015
"We are not that different," said Maj. Naheda Ahmed, commander of a women's Peshmerga Infantry Regiment in Sulayminiyah at the Northern Iraq Women's Conference. "It is important to start a dialogue about women’s issues effecting women in Iraq with our American counterparts…we are their voices." (U.S. Army photo/Staff Sgt. Margaret C. Nelson) A Kurdish Face
(On May 2, 2008, Major Marcia Cannonier, Master Sgt. MaryAnn Cox, Master Sgt. Kristie Veal, Tech. Sgt. Laurie Raven, and Staff Sgt. Kristine Knudson, all from the 506th Expeditionary Medical Squadron, Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq, and I sat down with Lieutenant Colonel Nahida Ahmad Rashid, Major Lami'ah Muhammad Qadir, Major Aminah Ahmad
0 7/07
2008
Special Agent Tam Reed dusts a crime scene area for fingerprints. She is a forensic science consultant with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' 33rd Field Investigations Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Bobby Jones) Forensic experts identify keys to crimes
For forensic science consultants at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' 33rd Field Investigations Squadron, criminal investigations in the Air Force begin at the crime scene. The work of Air Force forensic science consultants is similar to that of criminal investigators in the television show "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," said the
0 12/04
2007
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