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  • Air Force Special Investigations Academy

    The U.S. Air Force Special Investigations Academy (USAFSIA) is located on the grounds of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Ga., where all new Office of Special Investigation recruits receive their entry-level investigative training. The Academy also conducts basic and advanced investigative courses at FLETC and several
  • Association of Former OSI Special Agents

    The objectives of the AFOSISA are to maintain and further friendships emanating from service with or employment by OSI; to assist one another through combined efforts and mutual association; to perpetuate the ideals and principles of OSI; to facilitate contact with members on a worldwide basis; and to unite former and present OSI Special Agents in
  • Office of Special Investigations

    The Office of Special Investigations has been the Department of the Air Force's major investigative service since Aug.1, 1948. The agency reports to the Inspector General, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force. OSI provides professional investigative service to commanders of all Department of the Air Force activities. Its primary
  • Submit A Tip

    OSI investigates a wide variety of serious offenses - espionage, terrorism, crimes against property, violence against people, larceny, computer hacking, acquisition fraud, drug use and distribution, financial misdeeds, military desertion, corruption of the contracting process, and any other illegal activity that undermines the mission of the U.S.
  • The OSI Badge

    The OSI badge was designed by Captain Robert H. Ray in 1948. At the time, Captain Ray was newly assigned to the Headquarters entity of the fledgling organization Office of Special Investigations in Washington, D.C. When asked by General Joseph F. Carroll, OSI's founder and first director, to design a badge for the identification of OSI agents,
  • The OSI Shield Emblem

    On 19 August 1955, OSI submitted Memo No. 5 to the Air Force Personnel Awards Branch requesting approval of the OSI emblem. On 15 December 1955, OSI was notified that the proposed organizational emblem had been approved. As is customary with Air Force heraldry, the emblem has not changed since its inception in 1955.Description of the OSI EmblemThe