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Capt. William Howard Hughes, Jr. was formally declared a deserter by the Air Force in 1983. He was apprehended by AFOSI SAs from Detachment 303, Travis AFB, Calif., where he's awaiting pre-trial confinement. (U.S. Air Force photo)
USAFSIA Color Guard, left to right, SA Jessica Goins, SA Nathan Farber, Tech. Sgt. Tyson Andersen and SA Tamisha Turner presented the colors to open the Glynn County, Ga., Memorial Day Ceremony May 28. 2018. (Photo courtesy of USAFSIA)
USAFSIA Commander, Col. Amy Bumgarner delivers the keynote address during the Glynn County, Ga., Memorial Day Event May 28, 2018. She encouraged attendees to use Memorial Day to pay their respects to those no longer with us by living their lives in service to their fellow citizens. (Photo by Michael Hall/The Brunswick News)
Participants demonstrate ramming technique during the instinctive driving training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., May 1, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of  Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
Participants demonstrate pitting technique during the instinctive driving training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., May 1, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of  Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
Participants demonstrate high-speed skid control technique during the instinctive driving training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., May 1, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of  Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
A participant fires an MP-5 from inside a vehicle during the weapons familiarization training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., April 30, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
Command Chief Master Sgt. Chad T. Welch, 932nd Airlift Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Ill, fires an M-4 rifle during the weapons familiarization training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., April 30, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
A participant fires an AK-47 with the guidance of Air Force Special Investigations Academy Instructor Special Agent Dwayne Harris during the weapons familiarization training of the Senior Leader Security Seminar at Montross, Va., April 30, 2018. The unique two-day anti-terrorism course ensures the safety and survivability of Air Force leaders traveling in medium to critical threat areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michael Hastings)
Thanks to the persistence of SAs assigned to AFOSI Det. 322, Fairchild AFB, Wash., a fellow Wingman is alive today. (Air Force Medical Service graphic)
Looking down one side of Main St. in Danis City, the premiere practical exercise training venue at FLETC, Glynco, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
A mock Federal Building is one of 30 structures available to students in Danis City, the premiere practical exercise training venue at FLETC, Glynco, Ga. (U. S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
Looking down one side of Main St., in Danis City, the premiere practical exercise training venue at FLETC, Glynco, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
SA Barry Dozier, AFSIA Instructor, critiques a just-viewed cognitive interview with an AFSIA student at FLETC, Glynco, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
An Airman Magazine crew interviews Mr. Herbert Simmons, about his experience as a role player in a simulated scenario for the AFOSI Innovative Cognitive Interviewing Course, designed to enhance the quality and quantity of information recalled by victims, witnesses, subjects and sources. Simmons is a three-year veteran contractor hired by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at Glynco, Ga., who assists in making realistic scenarios for trainees. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
AFSIA Instructor, SA Tamisha Turner, monitors a simulated scenario which will be used by AFOSI SA students during their Cognitive Interviewing Course at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
An actor, portraying an armed robber, flees the scene of the crime, a pizzeria in Danis City, the premiere practical exercise training venue at FLETC, Glynco, Ga. The mock scenario was conducted by AFSIA for its Cognitive  Interviewing Course. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne Amann, AFOSI/PA)
AFOSI Fallen SA Peter W. Taub will have the Wyncote, Pa., U.S. Postal Service Facility in Montgomery County renamed in his honor once President Donald Trump signs the U.S. Senate passed legislation into law. (Courtesy photo)
The AFOSI mobile display draws the attention of attendees at each AFOSI Recruiting Roadshow. (USAF photo by SA Dan Chaale)
AFOSI SA Dan Chaale briefs Airmen at Yokota AB, Japan, on the opportunities AFOSI offers during an OSI Recruiting Roadshow in the summer of 2017. (USAF photo submitted by SA Dan Chaale)