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  • SNCO jailed for multiple assaults, including child abuse

    In Nov. 2022, a senior noncommissioned officer pleaded guilty to multiple charges of assault and was sentenced to 284 days in prison. The investigation was initiated by OSI Det. 221 following information provided by the Family Advocacy Program at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. 

  • Now hiring: OSI recruiting enlisted talent

    More than half of the Office of Special Investigations total force is enlisted, including professional staff, who help with mission support and administrative tasks. OSI constantly recruits quality Airmen. Continuing the cycle of recruiting is key for the OSI enlisted ranks.

  • OSI kicks off 75th Anniversary observance

    The Office of Special Investigations is celebrating 75 years as a premiere federal law enforcement agency with a yearlong series of events.Throughout 2023, the agency plans to commemorate the observance based on the theme, “Inspired by our past – OSI’s future starts today,”

  • Father-son SAs keep Hall of Famer’s legacy alive

    SA Gage Davis didn't know his neighbor was one of OSI's most celebrated figures to be inducted into the OSI Hall of Fame in 2023. For Gage, then-SA Gale Ahern was “just the sweet old man next door.” In Dec. 2022, Ahern's badge was presented to Gage during his AFSIA graduation.

  • OSI names 3 inductees to its Hall of Fame

    OSI announced its Hall of Fame class of 2022, with three names being officially inducted next September, said Brig. Gen. Terry L. Bullard, OSI’s commander. The latest OSI Hall of Fame trio is former Special Agents Gale D. Ahern, Kelly D. Harrison Sr., and Richard D. Womble.

  • OSI joins task force netting 18 arrests

    Office of Special Investigations Det. 206, Nellis Air Force Base, played a role in a joint undercover operation carried out by the Nevada Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force, ending with 18 arrests Dec. 1 and 2, 2022.

  • SAs share forensic science expertise with Georgian MPs

    SAs Emily Leggett and Michael Buckley, Forensic Science consultants at the 4th Field Investigations Squadron in Vogelweh Cantonment, Germany, recently participated in a crime scene exchange with the Georgian Military Police (MP) during a two-day event filled with hands-on exercises.

  • SAs uncover assault allegations, Airman jailed 3 years

    An Air Force technical sergeant will serve three years in prison for abusing a child, following an investigation into unresolved allegations OSI Special Agents from Det. 807 at Schriever SFB, Colo., wouldn’t let fade away while conducting routine record checks of space capability.

  • Therapy dog brings natural skillset to OSI mission

    Office of Special Investigations Detachment 439, at the United States Air Force Academy, now sports a member of its team that delivers valuable, tangible support without saying a word. Enter Oliver, a five-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever, owned by SA Nicole Sawicki, SEL of Det. 439.