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  • SA earns top award in largest NCOA class ever

    If garnering the top award in Air Force Enlisted Professional Military Education wasn’t impressive enough, how about receiving it as the #1 graduate in the largest Noncommissioned Officer Academy Class of all time.
  • Breaking down barriers for female Airmen

    An enthusiastic group of Squadron Officer School students at Air University are dedicated to redesigning the maternity uniform and researching other initiatives aimed at making women less inclined to leave the service earlier than planned.
  • Quality assurance engineer pleads guilty to falsifying space parts reports

    U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. announced Feb. 5, 2020, that James Smalley, 42, of Penn Yan, N.Y., pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford to falsifying inspection reports for space parts. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $500,000 fine.
  • OSI space support marks end of an era, ushers in the next

    For more than seven decades the Air Force Office of Special Investigations has been at the forefront of law enforcement and counterintelligence operations in multiple domains – including space.
  • SA earns medal for Act of Courage

    Four people owe their lives to a special agent who was in the right place at the right time with the right stuff. Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Dustin Kepley, 1st Field Investigations Region, Detachment 104, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., was kayaking while on leave June 9, 2018, in his home state, North Carolina, when he heard a raucous commotion and alarming screams coming from the raging New River.
  • State Department lauds SA's rescue actions

    On April 2, 2019, Kimberly Sue Endicott, two Canadian citizens and their Uganda tour guide/driver John Paul were kidnapped from Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) while on safari along the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The two Canadian citizens were released, but Endicott and Paul were forcibly taken into the DRC and held for six days.
  • OSI on the case in Hawaii

    The number of different units on base can seem countless, especially in a joint base environment. There are so many people who have different jobs and lives, working together to form one military machine.
  • Leadership pays respect to the Unknown at Arlington

    The new year ushered in a solemn first for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations at Arlington National Cemetery, Va. AFOSI Commander, Brig. Gen. Terry L. Bullard and Command Chief Master Sgt. Karen F. Beirne-Flint laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Jan. 7, 2020, supported by Vice Commander, Col. Shan B. Nuckols and Executive Director, Mr. Jude R. Sunderbruch.
  • Special agent's research published in academic journal

    Every academic year, students at the Air War College (AWC), Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., write professional studies research papers during their 10 months in residence that address questions raised by strategic leaders across all military service branches and in many government agencies.
  • Tinker Detco inducted into high school hall of fame

    The career path of Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Lt. Col. Shannon Bancroft-James reads like a geography lesson. Her hometown school system took copious notes, and on Nov. 7, the Allendale, Mich., Public Schools Hall of Fame welcomed her and four others as its 2019 Induction Class.