AFOSI seeks enlisted Airmen for duty as special agents

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The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is recruiting enlisted Airmen to join its team of special agents.


Applicants should be within the ranks of Senior Airman to Staff Sgt. and have three to 11 years’ time in service. Tech. Sgt. with less than 1 year time in grade can be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please visit the Enlisted Agent FAQ section of AFOSI public website for specific information at


Interested applicants should be of strong moral character, have an outstanding work ethic, and must meet the requirements to obtain a top secret security clearance.


The recruitment process to become an AFOSI special agent can be lengthy. If accepted, training is conducted at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, located in Brunswick, Georgia. FLETC is a joint training environment with many other U.S. federal law enforcement agencies.


AFOSI has three primary missions. The first mission 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 mission includes investigating the crimes of espionage, terrorism, technology transfer and computer infiltration.


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


If you believe you have the desire and what it takes to become an OSI special agent, email the AFOSI enlisted recruiting team at