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  • FPD Chile hosts first drone seminar

    Air Force Office of Special Investigations Force Protection Detachment, Chile, hosted the first Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Seminar with the Carabineros de Chile (Chile’s uniformed police; preventive) and the Policia de Investigaciones (PDI-Chile’s Investigative Police) at four Southern California law enforcement locations and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service Southwest Field Office May 20-24, 2019.
  • International cooperation brings fugitive to justice

    Nearly two years ago Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 541, London, United Kingdom, began coordination with the Metropolitan Police, London Regional Security Office, the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Army Staff Judge Advocate Corps, the UK Home Office, Ministry of Defense Police, and U.S. Air Forces in Europe UK legal staff to find a path to arrange the apprehension of a wanted U.S. soldier. This matter dragged on since 2013 and was a constant recurring issue for the UK Home Office and for members of the U.S. Mission in London.
  • PF agents lead first joint-agency international investigation of combat contract corruption in the CENTCOM AOR

    Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agents from the Procurement Fraud Detachment 6, International Contract Corruption Task Force, identified and led the first ever joint-agency international investigation with Qatari Law Enforcement into an Al-Udeid Air Base contractor’s attempt to bribe a U.S. Government official.
  • Det. 613 receives infrastructure upgrades

    After nine months of utilizing various facilities here to accomplish their mission, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 613 is finally finding their way back to their fully renovated workspace. The $730,000 project began nearly 18 months ago with the main goal of creating a more efficient and effective space to accomplish mission requirements, while maintaining the safety and security of agents and their Korean partners.
  • N.Y. man charged with falsifying inspection reports for space parts

    U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. announced May 22, 2109, that James Smalley, 41, of Penn Yan, N.Y., was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with falsifying inspection reports for space parts. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
  • DC3 aces Air Force CE Inspection

    The Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Inspector General’s Office with assistance from the Air Force Inspection Agency conducted a Continuing Evaluation Inspection of the DoD Cyber Crime Center March 25, 2019. Inspectors conducted interviews with DC3 personnel who provide oversight for DC3’s programs, policies and procedures. The end result was zero discrepancies.
  • Bullard pins on first star, takes command of OSI

    The Air Force Office of Special Investigations’ storied legacy turned the page when the 70-year old organization welcomed its new commander. Brig. Gen. Terry L. Bullard became the 19th Commander of AFOSI during a change of command ceremony at the Fort Belvoir, Va., Officer’s Club, May 16, 2019. He accepted the reins of responsibility and leadership for the Air Force’s federal law enforcement, criminal investigations and counterintelligence enforcement agency from the 18th Commander, Col. Kirk B. Stabler.
  • The Center: One year later

    On May 3 2018, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations established its functional Center by combining the resources, capabilities, and authorities that were formerly housed separately within Region 7 and the Headquarters Squadron known as the Investigations, Collections and Operations Nexus (ICON).
  • NCO's heroics prove AF lethality

    Before he became an Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent, Greggory Swarz, now with Detachment 203, Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., exhibited the character of a hero that would make his present command proud. On Jan. 26, 2015, then Staff Sgt. Swarz, an Electro and Environmental Specialist, dragged three French airmen out of the intense fire that ensued after a Greek F-16 crashed on the flight line during a multinational exercise in Spain.
  • Five men charged with fraudulently obtaining over $15M in government contracts

    Five men were charged in a 71-count indictment with engaging in conspiracies to defraud several federal agencies by paying bribes and fraudulently obtaining at least $15 million in government contracts they were not entitled to through disabled-veteran set asides and other programs.
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