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  • SNCO sentenced to five years on child pornography charges

    A former Air Force master sergeant will spend five years behind bars after pleading guilty to multiple charges of child pornography following a military court-martial March 7, 2022. In Aug. 2020, the then SNCO was arrested on eight counts of sexual exploitation of minors.

  • OSI commander visits F.E. Warren

    Brig. Gen. Terry Bullard, Office of Special Investigations Commander at Quantico Marine Ground Installation, Virginia, toured multiple facilities on F.E. Warren Air Force Base May 4, 2022.

  • OSI hones coaching culture via DAF facilitator’s course

    For the first time, OSI members successfully completed the newly created DAF Coaching Culture Facilitator's Course. David McVay, Ken Sallinger, Col. Bridget Graham, and Special Agents Matt Bolduc and Nick Scott joined a select group of Department of Defense graduates March 31, 2022.

  • Streyder earns top Military Spouse of the Year title

    Mrs. Sarah Streyder, spouse of Space Force Staff Sgt. Jason Streyder, Information Technology Requirements Manager, assigned to OSI headquarters, is the 2022 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year.

  • OSI agent wins awards in bodybuilding show

    An OSI Special Agent lives her dream of competing in professional bodybuilding - taking awards at the National Physique Competition Northern Colorado Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, Physique and Classic Physique Championships in Denver.

  • OSI transitioning from LMS to JKO

    After nearly twenty years of service, the OSI Learning Management System (LMS) will be retired on May 31, 2022, the final day to receive credit for training in LMS. On June 6, 2022, OSI will transition to using Joint Knowledge Online (JKO).

  • Col. Forest Singhoff, OSI’s ninth commander, dies at 94

    Retired Col. Forest Singhoff, the ninth Office of Special Investigations commander, died April 24 2022, at 94, his family announced. Singhoff served as OSI’s top boss from April 1977 to May 1980, when officials wanted to merge it into Air Force Security Forces and rebrand it as a “detective squad.” 

  • Sex predator with history of crime taken down

    A criminal investigation led by OSI Det. 518 resulted in an Airman being sentenced for a myriad of sexual offenses during a court-martial Feb. 9, 2022. The Spangdahlem Air Base offender, was sentenced to 34 months confinement, reduced in grade to E-1, given a dishonorable discharge and a reprimand.

  • EAP chief forges resiliency via meditation

    Since 2018, Dr. Margaret Swank, Office of Special Investigations Employee Assistance Program chief, has led weekly meditations with OSI agents and professional staff aimed at helping support their emotional health and well-being.