Questions About Air Force Office Of Special Investigations

Should I enlist in the Air Force or finish college and enter as an officer?

I'm 20 years old, living in Japan on an Air Force base with my husband who is currently enlisted. We are here for 2 1/2 more years. I'm going through a difficult time choosing what I want to do with my life as far as a job/career. I have about a year and a half of college under my belt as far as general education requirements, my original goal was to be a Pharmacist because I was a technician for two years and enjoyed my job a lot. It is very hard to continue school overseas unless it is online, most prerequisites that I would need to apply for pharmacy school have labs and would need to be in person. I also am not sure if that is what I actually want to do for a living. The school is VERY intimidating and I have fell in love with the military lifestyle being over here. My father retired from the military so I grew up on a base and loved it. I'm thinking about enlisting myself but I don't know what job I would like to do in the Air Force. I've thought about trying to be a pharmacy sp
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What do you think about what is happening to and in the U.S. Army?

Activity by gangs in military is increasing By Daniel Borunda / El Paso Times Article Launched: 03/31/2007 12:00:00 AM MDT The infiltration of gangs into the U.S. military is not only a growing concern in El Paso but is also considered a potential threat to national security and law enforcement. Weapon thefts, homicides and even the appearance of U.S. street-gang graffiti on military equipment in Iraq are among crimes featured in a National Gang Intelligence Center report on gangs in the military. The report mentions Fort Bliss. The issue of gang members in the military was raised Friday by El Paso County Attorney José Rodríguez at a gang investigators seminar at Burges High School. "We still have a gang problem here in El Paso (even if) it is not as serious as L.A. or San Antonio," said Rodríguez, whose office was behind the city's civil injunction that targeted the Barrio Azteca gang. Since 2004, the FBI and El Paso Police Department have identified more than 40 suspected milit
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What do you think about what is happening to and in the U.S. Army?

What do you think about what is happening to and in the U.S. Army? Activity by gangs in military is increasing By Daniel Borunda / El Paso Times Article Launched: 03/31/2007 12:00:00 AM MDT The infiltration of gangs into the U.S. military is not only a growing concern in El Paso but is also considered a potential threat to national security and law enforcement. Weapon thefts, homicides and even the appearance of U.S. street-gang graffiti on military equipment in Iraq are among crimes featured in a National Gang Intelligence Center report on gangs in the military. The report mentions Fort Bliss. The issue of gang members in the military was raised Friday by El Paso County Attorney José Rodríguez at a gang investigators seminar at Burges High School. "We still have a gang problem here in El Paso (even if) it is not as serious as L.A. or San Antonio," said Rodríguez, whose office was behind the city's civil injunction that targeted the Barrio Azteca gang. Since 2004, the FBI and El
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Do you believe in coincidences?

The Coincidence Theorists Guide to 9/11 That governments have permitted terrorist acts against their own people, and have even themselves been perpetrators in order to find strategic advantage is quite likely true, but this is the United States we're talking about. That intelligence agencies, financiers, terrorists and narco-criminals have a long history together is well established, but the Nugan Hand Bank, BCCI, Banco Ambrosiano, the P2 Lodge, the CIA/Mafia anti-Castro/Kennedy alliance, Iran/Contra and the rest were a long time ago, so there's no need to rehash all that. That was then, this is now! That Jonathan Bush's Riggs Bank has been found guilty of laundering terrorist funds and fined a US-record $25 million must embarrass his nephew George, but it's still no justification for leaping to paranoid conclusions. That George Bush's brother Marvin sat on the board of the Kuwaiti-owned company which provided electronic security to the World Trade Centre, Dulles Airport and United
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Do you believe in coincidences?

The Coincidence Theorists Guide to 9/11 That governments have permitted terrorist acts against their own people, and have even themselves been perpetrators in order to find strategic advantage is quite likely true, but this is the United States we're talking about. That intelligence agencies, financiers, terrorists and narco-criminals have a long history together is well established, but the Nugan Hand Bank, BCCI, Banco Ambrosiano, the P2 Lodge, the CIA/Mafia anti-Castro/Kennedy alliance, Iran/Contra and the rest were a long time ago, so there's no need to rehash all that. That was then, this is now! That Jonathan Bush's Riggs Bank has been found guilty of laundering terrorist funds and fined a US-record $25 million must embarrass his nephew George, but it's still no justification for leaping to paranoid conclusions. That George Bush's brother Marvin sat on the board of the Kuwaiti-owned company which provided electronic security to the World Trade Centre, Dulles Airport and United
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Who knows what these military, intelligence & government people have in common?

Louis Freeh – Director of FBI, 1993-2001. Former U.S. District Court Judge for Southern District of New York, appointed by President George H.W. Bush. Former Deputy United States Attorney in New York. Former FBI agent. Former officer in United States Army. General Albert Stubblebine, U.S. Army (ret) – Commanding General of Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), 1981 - 1984. Also commanded U.S. Army’s Intelligence Center. Former head of Imagery Interpretation for Scientific and Technical Intelligence. 32-year Army career. Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Director of Advanced Space Programs Development under Presidents Ford and Carter. Air Force fighter pilot, over 100 combat missions. PhD in Aeronautics, Nuclear Engineering. Raymond L. McGovern – Former Chairman, National Intelligence Estimates, CIA. Responsible for President’s Daily Brief (PDB) for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. 27-year CIA veteran. Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer. Francesco
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Does anyone like a writing challenge?

Try to put words together to make a sci fi story: ·1,000,000 BC ·17,000 BC ·1863 AD ·1870 AD ·1879 AD ·1885 AD ·1955 AD · 1985 AD ·2015 AD ·2030 AD ·2044 AD ·2054 AD ·2074 AD ·24 hours ·2415 AD ·24th century ·25th ½ century ·410 BC ·555-phone number ·8 Track ·803rd century ·Abusive husband ·Academy ·Acid ·Acidic blood ·Admiral ·Adoption ·Adrift in space ·After life ·Alcoholic drink ·Alice in Wonderland reference ·Alien abduction ·Alien DNA ·Alien burst out of person’s body ·Alien possession ·Altering future ·Altering history/past ·Altering present ·Alzheimer’s disease ·Ambush ·Amnesia ·Amputee ·Amusement park ·Android ·Animal urination ·Antenna ·Antidote ·Antigen ·Apprentice ·Archaeologist ·Area 51 ·Armageddon ·Army ·Arrest ·Artificial Intelligence ·Assassination attempt/fail ·Assistant District Attorney ·Asteroid field ·Astronaut ·Audi ·Autopilot ·Autopsy ·Bacteria ·Bank ·Bank vault ·Bar fight ·Barbed wire fence ·Bare chested male ·Battlefield ·Bayonet ·Beaker ·Betrayal ·Biker bar
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