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The purpose of the Terror was to maintain French unity. The country was fracturing due to religious, social, and political pressures. The Convention thought that they could force everyone to comply with their vision of revolutionary government through terroristic methods.




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The OSI Investigations Collections Operations Nexus (ICON) Center is a direct reporting unit to headquarters and is an established "Center of Excellence." The ICON Center's mission is to maintain global command and control capabilities for OSI by facilitating rapid transfer of critical information among OSI units, individual OSI special agents, other agencies and the U. S. Air Force regarding criminal investigations, economic crimes, specialized services, as well as collections and sourcing operations management. The ICON Center monitors current events worldwide to identify immediate events of value to OSI leadership. The OSI ICON Center functions as a centralized organization facilitating decentralized execution throughout OSI.OPERATIONSThreat Detection. OSI manages activities to detect and counter the effectiveness of hostile intelligence services and terrorist groups that target the Department of the Air Force. These efforts include investigating the crimes of espionage, terrorism, technology transfer and computer infiltration, as well as anti-terrorism and other force protection activity.


Economic Crime Investigations. A significant amount of OSI investigative resources are assigned to fraud (or economic crime) investigations. These include violations of the public trust involving Department of the Air Force contracting matters, appropriated and non-appropriated funds activities, computer systems, pay and allowance matters, environmental matters, acquiring and disposing of Department of the Air Force property, and major administrative irregularities. OSI uses fraud surveys to determine the existence, location and extent of fraud in Department of the Air Force operations or programs. It also provides briefings to base and command-level resource managers to help identify and prevent fraud involving Air Force, Space Force or Department of Defense resources.Specialized Services. OSI has numerous specialists who are invaluable in the successful resolution of investigations. They include technical specialists, polygraph personnel, behavioral scientists, computer experts and forensic advisers.Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3). Established as an entity within the Department of the Air Force in 1998, DC3 provides digital and multimedia (D/MM) forensics, specialized cyber training, technical solutions development and cyber analytics for the following DoD mission areas: cybersecurity (CS) and critical infrastructure protection (CIP), law enforcement and counterintelligence (LE/CI), document and media exploitation (DOMEX) and counterterrorism (CT). DC3 delivers capability via six functional organizations which create synergies and enable considerable capability for its size. DC3 is designated as a federal cyber center by National Security Presidential Directive 54 / Homeland Security Presidential Directive 23, as a DoD center of excellence for D/MM forensics by DoD Directive 5505.13E, and serves as the operational focal point for the Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Program DIB CS Program; 32 CFR Part 236). DC3 delivers capability with a team comprised of Department of the Air Force civilians, Air Force and Navy personnel and contractors for specialized support. Training. All new OSI special agent recruits -- whether officer, enlisted or civilian -- receive their entry-level training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. The training requires that each recruit meet physical requirements that are located on the FLETC Web site at www.fletc.gov. The candidates attend a mandatory, 11-week Criminal Investigator Training Program with other federal law enforcement trainees. That course is followed by eight weeks of OSI agency-specific coursework. Both courses offer new agents training in firearms and other weapons, defensive tactics, forensics, antiterrorism techniques, crime scene processing, interrogations and interviews, court testimony, and military and federal law. Upon graduation, new OSI special agents spend a one-year probationary period in the field. Upon successful completion, some agents receive specialized training in economic crime, antiterrorism service, counterintelligence, computer crimes and other sophisticated criminal investigative capabilities. Others attend 12 weeks of technical training to acquire electronic, photographic and other skills required to perform technical surveillance countermeasures. Experienced agents selected for polygraph duties attend a 14-week DoD course.HISTORY OSI was founded Aug. 1, 1948, at the suggestion of Congress to consolidate investigative activities in the U.S. Air Force. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington created OSI and patterned it after the FBI. He appointed Special Agent Joseph Carroll, an assistant to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, as the first OSI commander and charged him with providing independent, unbiased and centrally directed investigations of criminal activity in the Air Force.INTERESTING FACTS It was an OSI agent who first alerted Gen. Douglas MacArthur's headquarters of the attack from North Korea that began the Korean War in June of 1950. Sen. Arlen Specter is a former OSI member, as was Rep. Herbert H. Bateman, who passed away Sept. 11, 2000. OSI welcomes more than 230 new special agents into the organization each year. OSI is the second-most requested career-field choice in the Department of the Air Force.


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Government-sanctioned intolerance has even trickled into our private lives. People brandishing anti-war signs or slogans have been turned away from commuter trains in Seattle and suburban shopping malls in upstate New York. Cafeterias are serving "freedom fries." Country music stations stopped playing Dixie Chicks songs, and the Baseball Hall of Fame cancelled an event featuring "Bull Durham" stars Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon, after they spoke out against the war on Iraq.


Why should this disturb us? Because democracy is not a quiet business. Its lifeblood is the free and vibrant exchange of ideas. As New York Times columnist and author Thomas L. Friedman has pointed out, the war on terror is also a war of ideas. How are we going to convince holdouts in other countries about the importance of free speech and civil liberties if we show so little faith in our own?


The California Police Chiefs Association and police departments from Detroit to Austin have also come out publicly against a blurring of the lines between federal and local law enforcement. Many have refused to become extensions of the FBI or the Immigration and Naturalization Service - bravely risking their shares of a promised $1.5 billion in federal anti-terrorism funds - for fear of jeopardizing their primary, crime-fighting roles in immigrant communities.


In the tense time following the. September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, Attorney General John Ashcroft mocked government critics and assailed their patriotism, calling their concerns "phantoms of lost liberty." And the American Civil Liberties Union shot back with a national ad campaign asserting our right to be "safe and free."


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