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  • 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.

  • Senior enlisted trio mentor, develop members

    A trio of Office of Special Investigations senior enlisted leaders, shared their insights during the latest in a series of “2 Seniors and a Chief” sessions aimed at addressing issues of concern to OSI enlisted personnel in the Joint Base San Antonio area.

  • New program at ‘Schoolhouse’ honors top instructors

    A new program at the Office of Special Investigations Academy, also known as the ‘Schoolhouse,’ recognizes their top instructors. The OSI recognition is evaluated based on three factors: experience, instructor performance and professional development.

  • OSI case lands sex abuser a decade in prison

    An investigation led by the Office of Special Investigations Detachment 814 closed March 17, 2022, ending with a sex abuser being sentenced to 10 years and a month behind bars, for sexually abusing the survivor who was physically incapable of declining or her unwillingness to participate.

  • NCO convicted, sentenced for multiple criminal offenses

    An investigation led by Office of Special Investigations Detachment 204 resulted in a Department of the Air Force NCO pleading guilty to a litany of criminal offenses in a general court-martial here, Feb. 2, 2022.

  • SA impresses inaugural women’s conference

    Special Agent Brittany Swift, Commander, Office of Special Investigations Detachment 204, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., delivered an impactful speech at the inaugural Bellevue Police Department Breaking Down Barriers Women’s Conference in Bellevue, Neb., March 14, 2022.