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  • SAs honor wounded warrior walking 1,000 miles

    Special agents from the 10th Field Investigations Squadron, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, here, welcomed one of their own Aug. 28 as she walks 1,000 miles in support of American and British wounded warriors. Adele Loar, an Air Force retired master sergeant and OSI special agent and former Security Forces member who was wounded in Iraq, and two American and three British service members have been walking since June 2 from west coast to east coast as they raise awareness of wounded veterans’ mental health and other issues.
  • RAF Mildenhall agencies practice crime scene processing

    The room is silent and ominous. Blood is spattered on the wall, discarded weapons are scattered around the floor, and a body lies motionless in the corner. What sounds like a scene found from a crime drama, is in fact a training scenario. Airmen from 100th Security Forces Squadron Intelligence and Investigations conducted crime scene processing training with Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 512 and 100th Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs for the first time here, Aug. 1, 2018.
  • AFOSI seeking enlisted Airmen

    The Air Force Office of Special Investigations recruiting team visited the Spratt Education Center at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, to speak with enlisted Airmen about becoming special agents, July 30, 2018.
  • OSI NCO's daughter selected for cystic fibrosis treatment vest

    Full of smiles and giggles, five year old Aubrey Inman acts like any other soon-to-be kindergartener. Until it's time for her to take one of her daily treatments, you would never know this little spunky redhead has cystic fibrosis. In 2012, Tech Sgt. Aimee Inman, Air Force Office of Special Investigations First Field Investigations Region, NCOIC Administration, and her husband Bryan, were thrilled to be expecting their first child. However, the excitement was short lived when at four month's pregnant, they received devastating news that their daughter carried a mutation for cystic fibrosis.
  • Father, son admit fraudulent titanium sales to defense subcontractor

    John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that John J. Palie, Jr., 62, of Tiverton, R.I., and John J. Palie III, 42, of Plymouth, Mass., waived their right to be indicted and pleaded guilty June 27, 2018, before U.S. District Judge Stefan R. Underhill in Bridgeport, Conn., to fraud offenses stemming from their having sold titanium to a Connecticut defense subcontractor.
  • OSI NCO reaches All-Star Armed Services Classic Championship

    Staff Sgt. Bobbi Robinson, NCO in-charge of Personnel Management for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Office of Procurement Fraud and Office of Special Projects, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Md., is headed to the inaugural All-Star Armed Services Classic Tournament Championship as a member of the Air Force National Capital Region co-ed softball team.
  • AFOSI recovers missing machine gun

    Special Agents from Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 813, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, obtained a federal search warrant and recovered an M-240 machine gun reported missing from Minot AFB in an Airman's off-base residence Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
  • U.S. contractor in Afghanistan sentenced for accepting kickbacks from subcontractor

    A former employee of a U.S. government contractor in Afghanistan was sentenced June 14, 2018, for accepting illegal kickbacks from an Afghan subcontractor in return for his assistance in obtaining subcontracts on U.S. government contracts.
  • OSI captures Most Wanted AF fugitive

    On June 6, 2018, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 303 Special Agents at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., apprehended Air Force fugitive Capt. William Howard Hughes, Jr. at his California residence without incident. On June 5, during a passport fraud investigation, the U.S. Department of State's Diplomatic Security Service interviewed an individual claiming to be Barry O'Beirne. After being confronted with inconsistencies about his identity, the individual admitted his true name was William Howard Hughes Jr., and that he deserted from the U.S. Air Force in 1983.
  • OSI schoolhouse supports Memorial Day event

    Members of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations schoolhouse, the United States Air Force Special Investigations Academy, played prominent roles in the Glynn County, Ga., Memorial Day Event May 28, 2018. USAFSIA Color Guard members Special Agents Jessica Goins, Nathan Farber, Tamisha Turner and Tech. Sgt. Tyson Andersen presented the colors to start the ceremony followed by the national anthem, sung by Stan Moran, and an invocation by council chaplain Robert Gibbons. The guest of honor, Col. Amy Bumgarner, delivered the keynote address.
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