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  • USAF Special Investigations Academy takes part in AFOSI's 60th Anniversary Ceremony

    Recently the instructors and staff of the United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy (USAFSIA) gathered at the headquarters building of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Brunswick, Ga. to do their part for the Air Force Office of Special Investigation's (AFOSI) 60th Anniversary ceremony. At 10 a.m., uniformed FLETC
  • Five AFOSI Agents added to Hall of Heroes

    Brigadier General Dana Simmons, commander, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, presided over a memorial ceremony for the AFOSI Hall of Heroes on May 13. The ceremony honored five agents lost during actions in OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM in the past year. Special Agents Ryan Balmer, Matthew Kuglics, Thomas Crowell, Nathan Schuldheiss and David
  • Air Force Office of Special Investigations named team of the year

    Air Force and Air Force Association officials have named Air Force Office of Special Investigations as the 2008 Team of the Year. Each year, the AFA, working with major command level command chief master sergeants and the Office of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, selects a specific Air Force career field for this recognition. The
  • Air Force staff sergeant dies in motorcycle accident

    Staff Sergeant Eugene R. Kay of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations was killed in a motorcycle accident on April 19 in Calvert County, Maryland. Kay, 37, a network enterprise controller for AFOSI at Andrews AFB, was traveling in Calvert County, Southeast of Andrews, at the time of the accident. Kay, a U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant, is
  • Did you say CSI or AFOSI?

    First responders here received training April 15 from an Air Force Office of Special Investigations crime scene investigator on how to process a hazardous materials incident. Special Agent Jennifer Steel, one of AFOSI's forensic science consultants, came to Vance to teach people from bioenvironmental, AFOSI, security forces and the fire department
  • AFOSI agent awarded medals

    An Air Force Office of Special Investigations special agent received three medals March 20 for his actions while deployed in support of the global war on terrorism. Special Agent Jac Christiansen was awarded a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart and the Combat Action Medal while assigned to an Air Force and Marine unit in the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing
  • AFOSI officials seeks special agent candidates

    The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is seeking exceptional non-commissioned officers for duty as enlisted special agents. The AFOSI mission is to identify, exploit and neutralize criminal, terrorist and intelligence threats to the Air Force, Department of Defense and U.S. Government. With more than 2,900 members, AFOSI has been the Air
  • AFOSI agent a lifesaver in Iraq

    I don't think I'm going to make it. This was the chilling thought that ran through Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Jim Collins' mind as he swam for his life in the equally chilling, 50-degree, 300-foot deep, cholera-filled water of Lake Quadisiya in Iraq. Approximately a half an hour earlier, on a cold and blustery December
  • Two AFOSI agents receive Bronze Star

    Jimmy Doolittle received one. So did Colin Powell. Other service members throughout the rank structure have earned this honor for heroic or meritorious achievement. Now, two Ellsworth Airmen can be added to the list of Bronze Star recipients. While deployed to Iraq, Terry Krebs, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 226 commander,
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