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  • Subject Matter Expert info exchange bolsters Eastern European stability

    OSI joined military police from multiple nations at a Slovak military installation for a historic information exchange event, April 25-26, aimed at enhancing regional stability by sharing best practices among international allies. The event was driven, for the first time, by OSI's ACE initiative.

  • 37 Seconds of Silence

    OSI HQ orchestrated an observance to honor several in the federal law enforcement community who paid the ultimate price, by presenting the Russell-Knox Building Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony May 25, honoring the lives of the Fallen from agencies headquartered at the RKB.

  • OSI makes historic leadership change

    The Office of Special Investigations storied legacy turned the page when it welcomed its new commander, and made history in the process, when Col. Amy S. Bumgarner became the agency’s 20th, and first female, commander at Joint Base Andrews, Md. May 16, 2023.

  • OSI commander’s military career comes full circle

    Brig. Gen. Terry L. Bullard, with his retirement nearing, returned to his alma mater as the OSI commander, to deliver the keynote address to the newly minted officers in the graduating Class of 2023, during their Military Joint Commissioning Ceremony at The Citadel May 5, 2023.

  • Haze gray and underway: Region 6 launches new squadron

    The Office of Special Investigations 6th Field Investigations Region, partnered with the U.S. Navy for an assumption of command ceremony on board the battleship U.S.S. Missouri at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, to standup of the 13th Field Investigations Squadron, March 30.

  • Former AF civilian gets 15-year prison sentence for fraud

    A San Antonio man was sentenced in a federal court April 24 to 188 months in prison for wire fraud and tax fraud. As part of a scheme that spanned over 10 years, he conspired with others who paid him more than $2.3 million in cash and bribes for $100 million in work on AF projects.

  • SA Pearl Mundt named OSI’s top civilian leader

    Special Agent Pearl S. Mundt has been named OSI’s new executive director. Mundt will serve as the deputy to the OSI commander. As the eighth Executive Director in the Command's history, and first female appointed to the position, Mundt is scheduled to assume the role April 24. 

  • Det. 806 goes the extra mile(s)

    In two separate instances in 2022 Office of Special Investigations Detachment 806, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., identified Airmen in need and used their resources to safely return them to their home base.

  • NCO jailed 14 months for abusive sexual contact, assault

    Following an investigation by OSl Det.522, an Air Force noncommissioned officer was sentenced to 14 months in jail for abusive sexual contact and assault. OSI Det. 522 initiated the investigation based on information provided by the 39th Security Forces Squadron at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey.