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Air Force Featured Stories

  • OSI HQ welcomes first AF JCS senior enlisted advisor

    SEAC Ramon Colon-Lopez, who is the most senior enlisted service member, by position, in the U.S. military, visited to learn about OSI capabilities and to take part in National Hispanic Heritage Month conversations there.

  • Joint MOU targets fight against acquisition fraud, corruption

    When the Air Force Office of Special Investigations rolled out its 2018 Strategic Plan, it listed five Lines of Effort providing a clear, attainable vector for OSI Airmen to seamlessly mesh with Air Force leadership and the Department of the Air Force moving forward.

  • Andersen AFB OSI strengthens ties with regional counterparts

    Members of the Andersen Air Force Base Office of Special Investigations worked to build relations with Guam’s neighbors, throughout the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, by traveling and meeting face-to-face with local law enforcement and security counterparts in April.

  • OSI Headquarters welcomes CMSAF Bass

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass visited the Office of Special Investigations during a guided tour of its headquarters March 12.

  • DoD Cyber Crime Center now a Field Operating Agency

    The DoD Cyber Crime Center, or DC3, was officially designated a Field Operating Agency by the Secretary of the Air Force, effective Jan. 15, with an associated activation ceremony at the Office of Special Investigations Headquarters, Quantico, Virginia.

  • CFI course earns national accreditation

    The Office of Special Investigations now has a small, professionalized cadre of child forensic interviewers that conduct interviews for OSI worldwide.

  • Rookie special agent saves injured truck driver

    As Special Agent Jonathan Parker drove home June 9 from OSI Detachment 405 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, he approached a chemical tanker truck overturned on its side, potentially causing an explosive chemical leak on Interstate-65 North, near Montgomery, Alabama.

  • OSI answers call amid COVID-19

    Members of OSI Detachment 813, joined by Special Agent Drew Weinzierl, 2nd Field Investigations Squadron forensic science consultant, worked through sub-zero temperatures and mid-March snows at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, looking for any evidence of what caused the hangar to catch fire