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  • AF child sex offender imprisoned for 3 decades

    The Department of the Air Force has zero tolerance for child sex offenders within its ranks, a policy made explicitly clear to an NCO convicted at his courts-martial trial in Germany. Staff Sgt. Domingo J. Cabuhat, Jr., assigned to the 86th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany,

  • Confidential informant brings drug offender to justice

    Airman 1st Class Devante King, assigned to the 721st Aerial Port Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, since 2019, pleaded guilty to four charges, and was subsequently sentenced by a military judge during his court-martial hearing June 14, 2021. King, 23, received 171 days of confinement, reduced

  • Task Force Crimson reaches its ‘End of Watch’

    Dec. 21, 2015, will always be remembered in the storied history of the Office of Special Investigations, as the date six OSI and Security Forces Airmen made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of the Nation. For nearly 20 years, everyone assigned to Task Force Crimson worked to safeguard Bagram Air

  • AF Shooting Team makes historic debut

    Four members of the Air Force Shooting Team broke new ground during the 59th Annual Atlantic Fleet and All Navy (East) Rifle and Pistol Championships here May 15-22, 2021. Office of Special Investigations Special Agents Robert Davis and Sean Foster; Lt. Col. Mark Gould from the U.S. Space Force,

  • ‘Good Samaritan’ SA earns Vanguard Award

    When someone is called a hero for their actions, they typically turn modest about what they did, usually saying they were simply doing their job, or just did what they had to do given the circumstances. Enter Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Patrick Briggs. What he did above and beyond

  • NASCAR honors OSI Fallen Hero, his Gold Star Family

    Among the myriad of remembrances across the Nation Memorial Day weekend, it was a motorsports event, in particular, that resonated for an Office of Special Investigations Gold Star Family. On May 29, at the Jennerstown, Pa., Speedway, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race, titled the Jennerstown

  • Benchmark memo signings advance OSI partnerships

    On May 24, 2021, leaders from OSI, Air Force Security Forces (SF) and The Air Force Judge Advocate (JA) General Corps, signed a milestone memorandum at OSI Headquarters here, implementing a fully integrated Criminal Investigation and Prosecution (CIP) capability. A second major signing that day,

  • 5 month investigation results in 5+ year sentence

    A former Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., colonel, Brian Wade Eddy, 46, was sentenced May 10, 2021, in the Western District of Oklahoma, to 64 months in federal prison after being convicted of accessing, with intent to view, child pornography on his Air Force issued laptop Dec. 1, 2019. The case was

  • SA response to traffic accident a Service Before Self moment

    The last thing Office of Special Investigations Special Agent Stephen Moore’s two daughters expected was to witness their father respond to a traffic accident. Fortunately, for those involved in the crash, SA Moore, of Procurement Fraud Detachment 4, Operating Location-B, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.,

  • Suicide or Homicide? Exercise prepares response team for deadly scenarios

    While Office of Special Investigations Special Agents hope for the best, they prepare for the worst. The all too real possibility of OSI SAs encountering a crime scene death was the scenario presented to members of OSI Detachment 223, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., and others, during a specially