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  • OSI PF Det. 1 Observes Fraud Awareness Week

    The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Fraud Awareness Week enables OSI to bring awareness and education to its Procurement Fraud mission and how OSI’s PF professionals help protect the United States Air Force and United States Space Force. OSI Office of Procurement Fraud (PF)

  • University professor is Arms Control Act violator

    In May 2006, the FBI and OSI Office of Special Projects (PJ) initiated a joint investigation into Dr. James Reece Roth, an electrical engineering professor at the University of Tennessee (UT), and an employee of a Knoxville-based company known as Atmospheric Glow Technologies (AGT), Inc. Roth also

  • Operation Six Guns: The Tech. Sgt. Saner Wongun Case

    When a woman was found dead on an isolated Marin County, Calif., road in 1994, the primary suspect was her husband, Technical Sergeant Saner Wongun. However, he was nowhere to be found for questioning. With all other leads exhausted, the case grew cold, even though agents suspected that Wongun, a

  • A case of economic espionage

    In 2014, the Office of Special Investigations Office of Special Projects (PJ) initiated a joint investigation with the FBI into Yu Long, an employee of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC) in East Hartford, Conn. A Chinese national and lawful permanent resident, Long worked at UTC as a senior

  • Cyber espionage for the Chinese government

    In August 2014, a Los Angeles grand jury indicted Chinese national Su Bin (a.k.a. Stephen Su) for his involvement in a cyber espionage scheme perpetrated by People’s Liberation Army hackers. Bin resided in Canada and was a businessman and entrepreneur who specialized in aviation and aerospace

  • Fraud delays K-Town mall opening

    With the closure of Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany, in late 2005, Ramstein AB, Germany, became the new “Gateway to Europe” for thousands of travelers transiting the European theater. And conveniently located just across from the (Ramstein) Air Mobility Command Passenger Terminal, the Kaiserslautern

  • Nighthawk helps shape PJ legacy

    The Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk is a single-seat, twin jet engine stealth attack aircraft developed by Lockheed’s secretive Skunk Works division in southern California for the U.S. Air Force. OSI’s Office of Special Projects (PJ) provided program security and counterintelligence support to ensure the

  • Insider Threat Awareness - The inside story

    Each September, the Office of Special Investigations (OSI), the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, the National Insider Threat Task Force, and partners across the federal government participate in National Insider Threat Awareness Month.

  • PJ - Critical to National Security

    In 1977, the Air Force initiated a program called Tacit Blue to develop technology that could lead to the production of a stealth reconnaissance aircraft with a low probability of intercept radar and other sensors that could operate close to the forward line of battle and retain a high degree of

  • Desertion cold case solved after 32 years

    In mid-July 2014, a published OSI manual provided the foundation to establish a Cold Case Investigations Program. The manual defined a cold case as “any case that has gone unresolved due to a lack of leads, subjects, passage of time, case activity, etc., and for which the applicable statute of