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  • Office of Special Investigations Det. 303: Counterintelligence

    This year marks 75 years for the Office of Special Investigations. OSI Detachment 303 has been ­­serving locally since 1992. To commemorate 75 years of service, OSI is celebrating by telling their story, highlighting Airmen past, present and future and advancing national security priorities.

  • SA battles terrorists to earn Bronze Star with Valor

    Special Agent Joshua Klepac, who deployed as part of OSI Expeditionary Detachment 2506 to Camp Simba in Manda Bay, Kenya, from Nov. 2019 to Feb. 2020, received the Bronze Star with Valor for his actions during a presentation ceremony at OSI headquarters in Quantico, Virginia.

  • Office of the SECDEF lauds SA for defense intel contributions

    SA James Cangialosi received the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service in recognition of his contributions to the defense intelligence community during a ceremony Jan. 27, 2023, at the Office of Special Investigations headquarters at Quantico, Virginia.

  • Retired SA presented Bronze Star - Awarded in 1969

    Air Force Office of Special Investigation special agents have a reputation for intense scrutiny, and train to notice details others may miss. These facts made the surprise for retired Special Agent Norman Seymour much stronger when he was presented a Bronze Star from the Vietnam War.

  • SA shares experiences as symposium panelist

    OSI Special Agent Helen Landwehr's accomplishments earned her a return visit to USAFA to sit on a panel of recent graduates at the 4th Annual Jean Bartik Computing Symposium (JBCS) hosted by the Department of Computer and Cyber Sciences Feb. 2 and 3, 2023.

  • SNCO jailed for multiple assaults, including child abuse

    In Nov. 2022, a senior noncommissioned officer pleaded guilty to multiple charges of assault and was sentenced to 284 days in prison. The investigation was initiated by OSI Det. 221 following information provided by the Family Advocacy Program at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. 

  • Now hiring: OSI recruiting enlisted talent

    More than half of the Office of Special Investigations total force is enlisted, including professional staff, who help with mission support and administrative tasks. OSI constantly recruits quality Airmen. Continuing the cycle of recruiting is key for the OSI enlisted ranks.

  • OSI kicks off 75th Anniversary observance

    The Office of Special Investigations is celebrating 75 years as a premiere federal law enforcement agency with a yearlong series of events.Throughout 2023, the agency plans to commemorate the observance based on the theme, “Inspired by our past – OSI’s future starts today,”

  • Father-son SAs keep Hall of Famer’s legacy alive

    SA Gage Davis didn't know his neighbor was one of OSI's most celebrated figures to be inducted into the OSI Hall of Fame in 2023. For Gage, then-SA Gale Ahern was “just the sweet old man next door.” In Dec. 2022, Ahern's badge was presented to Gage during his AFSIA graduation.