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  • SA impresses as D+I panelist

    According to the National Institute of Mental Health, public speaking anxiety, or glossophobia, is the most common phobia, ahead of death, spiders and heights. It affects nearly 75 percent of the population. Their underlying fear is judgement or negative evaluation by others. Enter Office of Special

  • OSI fraud investigation recovers $2.1M for AF

    On April 14, Assistant United States Attorney, Mary Ann Couch, Northern District of Florida, provided a signed settlement agreement in the Mariana Air Corporation (MAC) investigation. MAC, a contractor based out of Cantonment, FL, was contracted to repair/restore items to a serviceable condition for

  • SC National Guard names OSI SA new Command Senior Enlisted Leader

    The South Carolina National Guard has announced Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Camille R. W. Caldwell as the next state command senior enlisted leader (CSEL) for the South Carolina National Guard. The 32-year military veteran also currently serves as a civilian Special Agent Criminal Investigator with

  • Det 631 conquers snow via crime scene exercise

    Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 631, embraced their surroundings by hosting a multi-agency, arctic conditions, crime scene exercise at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, March 18-19. The exercise employed regular law enforcement practices that may be impacted by outdoor elements

  • OSI HQ welcomes CMSAF Bass

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass received an indoctrination to the Office of Special Investigations during a guided tour of its headquarters here March 12. The orientation fortified the impression the 28-year Air Force veteran has maintained to this day.

  • SEC Investment Fraud Training Benefits OSI, DAF

    The Office of Special Investigations Strategic Lines of Effort: Developing an Exceptional Force and Restore Readiness, received valuable operational support Jan. 26, 2021, courtesy of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. That day, the SEC provided 46 OSI personnel a virtual training session

  • Innovation leads to a Cold Case closure with a silver lining

    Two years ago, Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Patrick Pipkins did, what his Chief of the OSI Cold Case Team called, “some amazing work,” to locate an Air Force deserter who went missing in 1984. At the time of her disappearance it was believed the airman took off with a married man

  • DC3 now a Field Operating Agency

    The DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3) was officially designated a Field Operating Agency (FOA) by the Secretary of the Air Force, effective Jan. 15, 2021, with an associated activation ceremony earlier today at the Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Headquarters, Quantico, Va. Since its founding 23