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  • Quilted valor: Special Agent shares 24-year legacy

    In late July, Chief Master Sgt. Kelly Luzum, OSI Region 3's leading enlisted Special Agent, was recognized for his military service by his hometown with a quilt, handcrafted by two fellow Iowans—both a tribute to his career and a reminder that the community cherishes its own.

  • Retired SA presented Bronze Star - Awarded in 1969

    Air Force Office of Special Investigation special agents have a reputation for intense scrutiny, and train to notice details others may miss. These facts made the surprise for retired Special Agent Norman Seymour much stronger when he was presented a Bronze Star from the Vietnam War.

  • OSI agent wins awards in bodybuilding show

    An OSI Special Agent lives her dream of competing in professional bodybuilding - taking awards at the National Physique Competition Northern Colorado Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, Physique and Classic Physique Championships in Denver.

  • Airman augments special assignment during deployment

    Senior Airman Ramandeep Kaur came to Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, as a defender originally assigned to the 387th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron. After arriving on station, she was then transferred over to help the Office of Special Investigation Locally Employed Persons Screening Team

  • 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.

  • OSI on the case in Hawaii

    The number of different units on base can seem countless, especially in a joint base environment. There are so many people who have different jobs and lives, working together to form one military machine.

  • 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.

  • Eyes of the Eagle: Collect, Detect, Protect

    They collect information, detect problems with investigations and help protect against crimes by searching for the truth. When all is said and done, they pass everything along to the inspector general, wing commander and wing staff judge advocates to take appropriate actions against an alleged

  • OSI detachment honors fallen agent

    Team Hill personnel participated in a ruck march here June 9 to honor the memory of fallen Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent (Tech. Sgt.) Ryan Balmer.