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  • Long distance collaborative policing leads to capture of AF deserter

    On May 8, 2020, the Office of Special Investigations captured Airman Basic Damien Walton, who had been placed in deserter status April 7, 2020, after fleeing Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, to avoid prosecution for use/distribution of a controlled substance, government travel card fraud, unlawful use of a government computer, unauthorized use of a debit Card via an access device, wire fraud and identity theft.
  • OSI Commander tours new DC3 Cyber Training Academy

    The Office of Special Investigations Commander visited the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center’s (DC3) new Cyber Training Academy (CTA) facility in Hanover, Md., March 11, 2020. Brig. Gen. Terry L. Bullard toured the new facilities for the first time where he met with CTA staff members while exploring the new spaces and features.
  • Airman captured in Texas after 16-day manhunt

    An airman who fled a Texas base after an altercation with police has been apprehended, Air Force officials said, ending a 16-day manhunt. Airman 1st Class Erland Injerd was arrested May 7, 2020, and was being held in a county jail near Dyess Air Force Base, the Office of Special Investigations said May 8, 2020, on Facebook.
  • ICON Center duo represent OSI at groundbreaking fellowship

    Two members from the Office of Special Investigations, Investigations Collections Operations Nexus Center, participated in the highly competitive inaugural AFVentures 2020 Fellowship in San Francisco, Calif., Feb. 10 to March 20, 2020.
  • OSI PJ support keys F-35 delivery milestone

    The mission of the Office of Special Investigations Office of Special Projects (PJ) is to deliver robust and flexible multi-disciplined security and investigative services to special programs. The support provided by members of OSI PJ Detachment 9, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, D.C., became an integral part of a significant milestone recently.
  • HQ OSI earns AFOEA

    Since its inception, nearly 72 years ago, the Office of Special Investigations and excellence have been synonymous. A particularly significant stretch of noteworthy accomplishments by Headquarters OSI has been lauded by the Department of the Air Force, with its Air Force Organizational Excellence Award, for the period Jan. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2018.
  • OSI Insider Threat psychologist earns coveted certification

    The quest for cutting-edge knowledge motivated Dr. (Maj.) Heather Morris to join the rarified ranks of Certified Threat Managers (CTM). The Insider Threat Investigative Psychologist with the Headquarters Office of Special Investigations Behavioral Science Directorate, successfully completed the rigorous examination given by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP).
  • Arrest made in Sasha Krause homicide case

    On April 21, 2020, around 9:20 am, Detectives from Coconino County Sheriff’s Office accompanied by Detectives from San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, New Mexico served search warrants and arrested Mark Gooch at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Ariz., for the homicide of Sasha Krause.
  • Answering the call amid COVID-19

    The Office of Special Investigations unwavering commitment to thorough investigations met the challenges of COVID-19 on the plains of North Dakota by scouring the charred remains of a Strategic Air Command era aircraft hangar.
  • OSI salutes retiring HQ DS

    Special Agent David Priest retires today after more than 41 years with the Office of Special Investigations.
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