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Air Force OSI seeks special agents

PETERSON AFB, Colo. -- Military members looking to cross train into a challenging and rewarding career field should look no further than becoming a special agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

Headquarters AFOSI recruiters will conduct the briefing at 8 a.m. June 18 at the Education Center. Those that are eligible from the June 18 briefing will be scheduled for an interview June 19. Interested individuals who attend the briefing need to bring a Records Review Record of Individual Personnel with them. A RIP can be requested from unit orderly rooms.

Every special agent is a volunteer. They're members of a highly-trained team that investigates crimes against persons and property, defeats and deters base-level and contract fraud, combats threats to our information systems and technologies and provides the Air Force counterintelligence support for its force protection mission. It's a job that involves excitement and opportunity and it could be for you.

Senior airmen with less than six years time in service, staff sergeants through master sergeants with outstanding records and fewer than 12 years of military service are eligible. Security forces members in the grades of staff sergeant select through master sergeant are eligible. Senior airmen must be in their cross training window -- 35-43 month for four-year enlistees and 59-67 month for six-year enlistees. Members must have at least 18 months time-on-station, which is waiverable.

Officers must have less than 12 years Total Active Federal Military Service and less than six years Total Active Federal Commission Service to apply. AFPC must agree to release officer applicants in order to apply. Click here for information. 

Applicants with foreign language, computer and technical skills are among those highly sought after by the AFOSI.

Click here for information on AFOSI special agent duty prior to the team's visit, or contact the AFOSI Detachment at 556-4347.