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  • Integrated defense: FHP, 325th SFS and OSI

    Tyndall Air Force Base occupies approximately 29,000 acres between the DuPont Bridge and Mexico Beach, Florida. Eighteen miles of public highway divides the base thus concurrent jurisdiction is shared with state law enforcement agencies.Florida Highway Patrol and Bay County Sheriff’s office are only

  • Region 2 develops leaders via innovative course creation

    During the past year, the OSI Directorate of Personnel and Manpower collected exit survey feedback from young officers choosing to separate. The feedback revealed a primary reason for leaving OSI is that company grade officers felt unprepared for command. Enter Field Investigations Region 2’s Flight

  • Classified information leak to media results in 45 month prison sentence

    Daniel Everette Hale, 33, of Nashville, Tenn., was sentenced July 27, 2021, to 45 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for illegally obtaining classified national defense information and disclosing it to a reporter. Hale admitted meeting with the reporter in person

  • Multiple punishments for a multiple offender

    An eight month investigation into the illegal activities of a Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., senior noncommissioned officer, culminated in the offender being sentenced to 32 months in federal prison. Air Force Master Sgt. Michael Reimers, 41, assigned to the 99th Communications Squadron at Nellis, was

  • OSI has a blast training with EOD

    The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Detachment 623 and the 35th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) teamed up with 35th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) to simulate an investigation of an explosive ordnance at Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 8, 2021.

  • 'Law & Order SVU' actress, 'Right Stuff' actor given OSI mission immersion

    Over the years, the Office of Special Investigations has welcomed distinguished visitors from various walks of life to better understand its mission.On July 1, 2021, via the combined coordination efforts of units at Joint Base Andrews, Md., and Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, D.C., OSI opened its

  • Joint MOU targets fight against acquisition fraud and corruption

    Line of Effort 5, Strengthen Our Partnerships, was showcased among the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting), Deputy General Counsel (Contractor Responsibility and Conflict Resolution), the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Director of the Civil Law Domain, and the Commander, Air Force Office of

  • SF, OSI consolidate personnel in PSO

    State-side Department of the Air Force Protective Services Operations (PSO) were bolstered in April 2020 with the consolidation of Office of Special Investigations and Security Forces personnel under the 1st Field Investigation Squadron headquartered at Quantico, Virginia.

  • AAR Corp. pays $11M to settle False Claims Act allegations

    On July 6, AAR Corp., located in Wood Dale, Ill., and its subsidiary, AAR Airlift Group Inc. (Airlift), in Melbourne, Fla., agreed to pay the United States $11,088,000 to resolve False Claims Act allegations in connection with aircraft maintenance services performed by Airlift on two U.S.

  • Lights! Camera! Training!

    For years, Hollywood movie makers have sought the expertise of the U.S. military to serve as technical advisors, to ensure what was depicted on the silver screen was as true to life as possible. Now, in a role reversal of sorts, the Office of Special Investigations has employed Hollywood’s