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  • 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.
  • OSI AF Connect app enables, engages, empowers teleworkers

    For Office of Special Investigations members, teleworking these days as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown, there may be some comparatively slow periods that can be maximized by something other than Coronavirus updates. Enter Air Force Connect, the enterprise-wide mobile app designed to provide users streamlined access to information they need for their lives and career development.
  • OSI EAS offers programs during COVID-19 lockdown

    The ‘new normal,’ at least for the foreseeable future, created by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, has significantly changed the way people conduct business and live their lives. The Office of Special Investigations Employee Assistance Service, recognizing that a lengthy “close quarters” lifestyle can be taxing on all concerned, is offering a trio of opportunities to learn how to deal with such a confined reality.
  • OSI aids investigation resulting in charges of using drones to smuggle contraband into a federal prison

    In the early morning hours of Mar. 13, 2020, Special Agents from the Office of Special Investigations’ Field Investigations Region 3, Detachment 307, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., successfully concluded a 19 month-long joint operation with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General (DOJ-OIG).
  • Career SA breaks new ground as DS

    Serving our nation has always been part of her DNA. Now, that dedication to serve has earned Special Agent Jennifer Holland the distinguished position of Office of Special Investigations Headquarters Director of Staff. As the new HQ DS, Ms. Holland not only breaks ground as the first female to hold the position, but, is one of the first females in the command to advance through the civilian ranks to GS-15, without prior military service.
  • SA actions help save Airman's life

    Office of Special Investigations Special Agents Robert Shearer and Hunter Santor, Field Investigations Region 1, Detachment 102 Operating Location-A, Rome, N.Y., helped save an Airman’s life Feb. 27, 2020, when during a subject interview for an investigation, they identified the Airman was facing significant challenges in their personnel life and was in immediate need of help.
  • OSI investigation leads to child pornography charges for Airman

    The Office of Special Investigations led a child pornography investigation into an Airman attending Technical School at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss., resulting in his discharge from the Air Force and pending prosecution by the Department of Justice.
  • Ground breaking UMW preps new OSI field leaders

    The Office of Special Investigations develops its exceptional force in various ways. The latest is via the inaugural Unit Management Workshop, Feb. 10-12, 2020, designed to equip new leadership teams with the tools to run their field units.
  • Robins honors SA McBride's legacy

    Office of Special Investigations Fallen Hero Special Agent (Staff Sergeant) Chester McBride was recognized by the 78th Air Base Wing, during the Robins Proud Forum Feb. 25, 2020, at the base theater here. The monthly event is an initiative to integrate mission partners at Robins AFB to discuss a variety topics that ultimately serve to strengthen the physical, social, mental and spiritual well-being of Airmen. This particular forum focused on helping agencies and being a Wingman for your brothers and sisters in arms.
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