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  • ACECON strengthens aggression deterrence

    OSI's Fifth Annual ACECON Aug. 3-5, 2022, continued the effort initiated in 2018 when Command leaders recognized the need to evolve and develop its existing cadre into an agile force ready to compete and deter aggression to prevail in any conflict.

  • New SA firearms will enhance flexibility, reliability, safety

    Special Agents will soon have the option of carrying the Glock 19 or 26 sidearms, with the first batch set to roll out later this year, as announced recently by the Office of Special Investigation’s commander. The new weapons will replace OSI’s aging Sig Saur M11/P228 systems.

  • NCO jailed 24 months for domestic violence, assault

    An Air Force NCO, who pled guilty to multiple domestic violence and assault charges, received a sentence involving 24-months in confinement after a General Court-Martial at Hill AFB, Utah, May 24, 2022. He was also reduced to AB, will forfeit all pay and be dishonorably discharged.

  • AFRC SA sews on history-making stripe

    Chief Master Sgt. Erik Powell’s OSI journey brought him to an historic milestone: the first Active Guard/Reserve chief master sergeant in the agency’s history. Powell’s rise to the top Air Force enlisted rank was observed during a promotion ceremony at AFRC HQ, Robins AFB, Ga, June 30, 2022.  

  • Veteran SA bestowed historic partnership recognition

    Successful partnerships among military organizations are forged by the individuals whose efforts foster those vital relationships. An OSI SA was honored for furthering the long standing partnership with the Japan Air Self Defense Force, to successfully accomplish the missions of each.

  • Airman jailed 42 months for multiple sex crimes

    An Airman was found guilty of sexual assault and sexual abusive contact during a General Court Martial April 28, 2022, resulting in a 42-month imprisonment.The investigation was initiated by the Office of Special Investigations Detachment 303, Feb. 18, 2020, following information given to OSI from

  • OSI's evolving Arctic frontier

    The U.S. has increased its focus on Arctic defense initiatives. One such effort is the Arctic Regional Security Orientation Course (ARSOC) education program. ARSOC builds networks of defense and security leaders who better understand DoD security priorities in the Arctic region.