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NEWS | May 15, 2019

AFOSI seeks enlisted Airmen to join ranks

By 11th Field Investigations Squadron 11th Field Investigations Squadron

The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is actively seeking enlisted Airmen in the ranks of senior airman through technical sergeant to cross-train into the 7SXXX Air Force Specialty Code and serve as AFOSI special agents.

Originally founded in 1948, AFOSI is modeled after the Federal Bureau of Investigation and investigates all felony-level crimes involving Air Force people and property.

As only one of 97 federal law enforcement agencies with criminal and counterintelligence authorities executed by an active duty, special agent workforce, AFOSI offers exciting opportunities for enlisted Airmen to investigate criminal, fraud, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism-related matters at more than 230 operating locations worldwide.  

After 19 weeks of training at the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, cross-trainees will be credentialed as federal agents. After which they will move to their new assignments. 

For more information or to begin the application process, visit  For specific questions regarding AFOSI or the application process, call the 11th Field Investigations Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland at 210-671-4231.