How do I report someone to the Air Force?
To report criminal or civil acts of fraud or corruption, you can contact AFOSI directly at:
- AFOSI Hotline: (877) 246-1453.
- Email: [email protected] af.mil.
- Text Tips: Text “AFOSI” and tip information to 274637 (CRIMES)
- Web: Click here.
How do you report in the military?
Reporting Procedures and Military Time
- Stand at attention and knock (just once) on the door.
- When instructed to enter, march in a smart military fashion to a point three paces in front of the training instructor’s desk (if she’s sitting at her desk).
- While holding the salute (if required), say, “Sir or ma’am (if required), Private Jones reports.”
What are the correct procedures for reporting to a senior officer?
Describe the correct procedure for reporting to a senior officer.
- Knock once on the door in the middle.
- When told to enter, walk directly (squaring any corners) to within two paces of the desk.
- Come to attention (eyes caged forward)
- Salute; hold salute until it is returned.
What is the snake pit in the Air Force?
You are probably saying, what is the Snake Pit. It is the table where all the MTI’s sit during chow! They sit waiting for their prey, the trainees, to walk past as they sit down to eat and walk out to leave.
What qualifies as an IG complaint?
What type of complaints are appropriate to file with the IG? Any complaint regarding fraud, waste, mismanagement, or reprisal.
Who investigates Air Force crimes?
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) provides professional investigative services to commanders of all U.S. Air Force activities. AFOSI identifies, investigates and neutralizes criminal, terrorist, and espionage threats to United States Air Force and Department of Defense personnel and resources.
What is a reporting statement?
Reported statements are one form of reported speech. direct statement. reported statement. He said, “I am sick.” He said that he was sick.
How do you write military time in a report?
Military time typically does not use a colon (:) to separate the hours and minutes; they are just written together. The first two numbers in military time tell you the hour while the last two numbers tell you the minutes. So, if you want to use 10:35 A.M., you would write 1035 and say ten thirty five.
Who do you call when the military abuse you?
If the abuser violates the MPO while s/he is on the installation, you can call the military police (the Installation Law Enforcement Office). If you are off the installation and you are in danger, you can call 911 to reach the civilian police.
Do you salute enemy officers?
If you are an enlisted prisoner of war, you must salute all enemy officers. If you are an officer prisoner of war, you salute only enemy officers of equal or higher rank. You render your own salute, not the salute as executed by the enemy.
Do you salute a warrant officer?
In the American Army, warrant officers rate a salute. It will be rare that you get any static for not saluting one. Warrant officers are technicians, and are not part of the chain of command.
Can you salute out of uniform?
Veterans and Saluting Out of Uniform A provision of the 2009 Defense Authorization Act changed federal law to allow U.S. veterans and military personnel not in uniform to render the military hand- salute when the national anthem is played.
What does the Air Force say instead of Hooah?
Oorah is a battle cry common in the United States Marine Corps since the mid-20th century. It is comparable to hooah in the US Army and hooyah in the US Navy and US Coast Guard. It is most commonly used to respond to a verbal greeting or as an expression of enthusiasm.
What are some Air Force sayings?
United Stated Air Force Mottos
- “Libertatem Defendimus” (“Liberty We Defend”)
- “Kiai O Ka Lewa” (“Guardians of the Upper Realm”)
- “Mors Ab Alto” (“Death From Above”)
- “Guardians of the North” 28th Bomber Wing (28th BW)
- “FOLLOW US” 509th Bomber Wing.
- “Semper Paratus”
- “Aut Vincere Aut Mors”
- “Fourth but First”
What is a dorm chief in the Air Force?
The Dorm Chief is the top leader of recruits in the flight. He or she is responsible for making sure that all orders, standard ops, and instructions are carried out correctly when the T.I.’s aren’t around.