DAF OSI, Det. 223 keeps Team Tyndall safe from cyber, fraudulent activities
U.S. Air Force Special Agent Michelle Jones, 2nd Field Investigations Squadron, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, left, along with Special Agents Angela Velazquez-Colon, center, and Kenneth Reed, right, Department of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 223, conduct a fingerprint lifting technique known as “cyanoacrylate fuming” at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. This technique is a chemical method used to detect latent fingerprints. (Courtesy Photo) (Proprietary information redacted)
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