Airmen sought for AFOSI duty

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  • By Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 102
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. -- The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is seeking qualified Airmen for duty as special agents.

AFOSI has three primary missions. The first mission area is felony crime investigations. The vast majority of AFOSI’s investigative activities fall in this mission area. These crimes include murder, robbery, sexual assaults, illegal narcotics offenses and a full spectrum of other criminal acts.

AFOSI’s second mission area is the counterintelligence mission. This includes investigating the crimes of espionage, terrorism, computer infiltration and more.

The third AFOSI mission is economic crime investigations, commonly referred to as fraud. Investigations include contract violations, pay and allowance matters and environmental crimes, to name a few.

Agents say the recruitment process to become an AFOSI special agent is thorough, but that the work is rewarding.

If accepted, training is at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia. FLETC is a joint training environment with other U.S. federal law enforcement agencies.

Anyone interested in becoming an AFOSI special agent may contact AFOSI Detachment 102 at 781-225-5861 or visit

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