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  • Eagle Eyes program encourages reporting suspicious activity

    With the Eagle Eyes anti-terrorism program personnel can, through a collective effort, aid in the prevention of terrorism through awareness, vigilant observation and reporting suspicious activities through the program’s communication channels.

  • Countering risks before they become threats

    When supervisors and coworkers see illegal or even questionable activity at work, in social media posts or at off-base events, it is their duty to report it. However, many are hesitant to make a report that might damage a career based on a hunch or a solitary outburst. That’s where the new

  • ‘Tis the season...for scams and malicious campaigns

    As this holiday season approaches, the Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Detachment 106 would like to remind everyone to be aware of potential scams and malicious campaigns, particularly when browsing or shopping online. Fraud is obtaining something of value through willful misrepresentation.

  • Wilson, Goldfein outline Air Force progress, need for larger force

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein told the House Armed Services Committee Tuesday that the Air Force must get bigger and funding must be predictable to meet – and defeat – security threats at home, globally and in space in an era of great

  • Commentary: Combating the ‘Insider Threat’ depends on us all

    We have been combating the “insider threat” for decades in the Air Force and in the Department of Defense. As far back as World War I, and especially during times of national conflict, our nation has been compelled to formally address and mitigate potential threat vectors that stemmed from inside