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  • NCO jailed 9 months for steroid use, distribution

    An Air Force staff sergeant was found guilty April 15, 2022, during a General Court-Martial at Robins AFB, Ga., for the Wrongful Use of Schedule I, II or III drugs, disobeying a lawful command and destroying non-military property. OSI Det.114, Tinker AFB, Okla., ran the investigation.

  • SAs rescue motorist from swampland

    On June 15, 2022, SAs Damian Lonergan and Jamie Huffman from OSI’s Office of Procurement Fraud Investigations Detachment 6 Operating Location C, witnessed an SUV veering off the road and plunging into the waters of the Cicero Swamp Wildlife Management Area.  

  • OSI hosts self-defense class to empower survivors

    The Office of Special Investigations Academy Detachment 1 recently teamed up with sexual assault prevention offices at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, in April 2022, to host a self-defense seminar for survivors of sexual assault.

  • OSI preps to protect moon mission

    OSI Det. 802 hosted a strategy session involving multiple OSI disciplines at Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, focused on support to space launches and the commercial space industry for the first time. This coincided with NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, the next phase of human exploration.

  • Airman jailed five years for off-base shooting

    Gunshots broke out in Clearfield, Utah, March 2021, resulting with an Airman jailed for the next five years for three specifications of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon. His trial ended March 21, 2022, following the joint investigation by local authorities and OSI Det.113 at Hill AFB.

  • NASCAR salutes Fallen OSI agent during 600-mile race

    On Memorial Day, the 2022 Coca Cola 600, honored fallen troops by featuring their names on windshield headers. One honoree, Tech. Sgt. Ryan Balmer, an OSI Special Agent killed by an IED in Iraq in 2007, was commemorated on the No. 31 Chevrolet driven by Justin Haley.

  • OSI launches modernized exit survey to retain talent

    With the data received from the new, modernized exit survey, the Office of Special Investigations will will create transparency, improve organizational culture and processes, and most importantly, find ways to retain diverse and highly effective talent.

  • Airman jailed 14 years for sex crimes involving child

    An Airman was sentenced to 14 years for multiple sex crimes involving a child, March 30 2022, at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C., during a General Court-Martial. The investigation was initiated by OSI Detachment 327 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

  • SA honored at annual memorial wreath laying ceremony

    OSI played a prominent role at the 24th annual Women in Military Service wreath laying ceremony at the Military Women's Memorial May 18, 2022.Special Agent Eboni Briscoe-Jenkins, was among six honorees recognized at the event by the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues.

  • OSI honors its Fallen during National Police Week

    Each year, law enforcement officers gather in the Nation's Capital for National Police Week, to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. OSI leaders took part with a wreath laying ceremony at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial May 16, to honor its Fallen heroes.