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  • AFOSI member makes All Tournament Team at Military Softball World Series

    During the day you can find Master Sgt. Joseph Kasper, a soft-spoken, 6' 2" man, walking the halls of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters at Andrews AFB, Md., as their law office's superintendent. After work, Kasper slams softballs into the stratosphere as a member of the Andrews AFB softball team, the "Falcons." The best
  • AFOSI helps arrest Rhode Island Air National Guard recruiter on drug charges

    On June 1, 2009, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, detachment 102, based out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., and the Rhode Island State Police High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force arrested Tech. Sgt. Richard Flamand of the Rhode Island Air National Guard on various drug charges and seized approximately $40,000 in prescription
  • AFOSI helps capture Airman after nearly eight months on the run

    Airman Basic Jeremy Parrott, who escaped U.S. Air Force custody in September 2008 after being charged with possession of child pornography and sentenced to three years of confinement in July 2008, was apprehended June 3 at approximately 8 p.m. in Ipswich. A law enforcement team, led by the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations and
  • Airmen honored for heroic life-saving efforts

    The Altus Fraternal Order of Police honored two Airmen for saving a local police officer from certain death during a ceremony at the City Park May 22 . Staff Sgt. Matthew Treadwell, 97th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms noncommissioned officer in charge, and Special Agent Ross Bergstresser, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment
  • Four charged with terror plot against Air Guard base, Jewish facilities

    Less than a month after the sentencing of five defendants found guilty in a terror plot to kill soldiers at Fort Dix, N.J., authorities say they have foiled another terrorist plot against an Air National Guard base and a synagogue and Jewish community center in New York. The FBI and New York police arrested four suspects May 20 who allegedly were
  • AFOSI investigates DOD official on espionage charges

    A joint investigation conducted by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Federal Bureau of Investigation led to a Department of Defense official being charged with conspiracy to communicate classified information to an agent of a foreign government. A criminal complaint unsealed May 13 in the Eastern District of Virginia alleges
  • AFOSI helps bring indictment against businessman

    A case jointly investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service led to a South Korean businessman's indictment for his alleged role in a bribery conspiracy for a $206 million telecommunications contract involving employees of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service.
  • AFOSI investigates the death of a U.S. Soldier

    It didn't happen in Los Angeles, Atlanta or any of the other large American cities associated with gang activity, but rather in a small German town named Hohenecken. Army Sergeant Juwan Johnson met his end there at the hands of gang members in a gang initiation meant to welcome him into their dubious fraternity. Sergeant Johnson was found dead in
  • AFOSI commander visits Airmen at Bagram

    The Air Force's top Office of Special Investigations leaders recently spoke with agents and support personnel serving in Afghanistan during a visit to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan recently. Brig. Gen. Dana Simmons, AFOSI commander, Col. Humberto Morales, 24th Expeditionary Force Investigative Service commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Chris Redmond,
  • AFOSI Detachment 327 named best in region

    Little Rock Air Force Base's AFOSI Det. 327 was named the medium unit of the year for AFOSI's Region 3 recently. This award goes to the top unit with between six and 16 manning authorizations for a given year, based on their overall performance. "I'm very proud of the performance of these men and women," said Col. Wil Urquhart, Region 3's