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The Air Force Office of Speical Investigations is recruiting potential special agents. Interested members should contact the local AFOSI Detachment for more information. AFOSI was founded Aug. 1, 1948, at the suggestion of Congress to consolidate investigative activities in the U.S. Air Force. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington created AFOSI and patterned it after the FBI. He appointed Special Agent Joseph Carroll, an assistant to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, as the first AFOSI commander and charged him with providing independent, unbiased and centrally directed investigations of criminal activity in the Air Force.
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Posted 11/1/2006   Updated 11/1/2006 Email story   Print story

    


by AFOSI Detachment 226
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11/1/2006 - ELLSWORTH AFB, S.D. -- Enlisted Airmen may apply for special-agent duty with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations once they've first served in another career field. Those eligible are Master Sergeants, Technical Sergeants, and Staff Sergeants with fewer than 12 years of military service.

Senior Airmen, or Airman 1st Class' must have less than six years of service but grade restrictions may be waived in special or unusual circumstances.

Applicants must have at least 12 months time on station before applying for AFOSI.

A first term four-year enlistee must wait until their 35th and 43rd months of enlistment, or between 59th and 67th month for a first term six-year enlistee.

Most enlisted AFSC's apply to be general criminal special agents. Generalists work a wide variety of violent crimes, fraud, and counter-intelligence investigations

Enlisted AFSC's with basic electronic skills (1A, 2A, 3A, 2E, 2M, 2P, 3C2X1, 4A2X1, 9S100) may apply to be technical special agents.

Enlisted AFSC's with computer, networking, computer repair, or a background in computer science (mostly 3C's) may apply to be computer crime special agents.

Current active duty officers may retrain into OSI from most career fields.

Those interested in joining the Air Force Office of Special Investigations can call Special Agent Beth Eckenrode or Special Agent Michael Keach at 385-2852 for a recruitment appointment. For more information visit our website at http://public.afosi.amc.af.mil/



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