NCIS Kings Bay is on the job
NCIS is not just a television action drama with liberal doses of humor. For Sailors and Marines at NSB Kings Bay, NCIS means a lot more than an hour of entertainment on a Tuesday night.
NCIS Marks Navy's Birthday
NCIS office takes time to celebrate 232nd birth date of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, and acknowledge NCIS agents who have already served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and those just headed out on those missions.
31-year NCIS employee awarded by Okinawa police
Okinawa Prefecture Police presented a certificate of appreciation to a Naval Criminal Investigative Service civilian employee.
Use '#57' to Report Terrorist, Other Threats
NCIS agent talks about the '#57 Trap and Trace' telephonic capability of the Kings Bay, GA, telephone system that can track terrorist and criminal threats.
The Quiet War: What the U.S. Hopes to Accomplish in Africa
Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent gathers intelligence in support of Navy goal to keep the Horn of Africa from becoming the next conflict.
NCIS agents brush up on forensic skills at Camp Foster
"It's not all glitz and glamour, there's mud and muck, bugs and animals..." says NCIS Supervisory Special Agent Mari Nash at an Okinawa advanced crime-scene training course that attracted officials from 13 agencies throughout the Pacific.
Groton Town Police Chief Honored for Support
Groton Town Police take time out at the IACP Conference to recognize law enforcement partnerships.
Defense Investigators and the War on Terrorism
In his article, Defense Investigators and the War on Terrorism, Louis Beyer, IG, NCIS, illustrates how Defense Criminal Investigative Organizations support the Global War on Terrorism using NCIS experiences in Iraq.
Protecting the Protectors: Marine Special Agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service
NCIS is more than a hit television program. Real-life Marine special agents do their part each and every day.
It was basically a scavenger hunt
A criminal mission success in Iraq earned NCIS agent the Julie Y. Cross Award from the Women in Federal Law Enforcement.
No Days Off
NCIS Special Agents find Iraq a far cry from eastern North Carolina.
Naval investigators share their techniques for thawing out some of the coldest cases
It takes conventional and non-traditional investigative techniques to solve cold cases according to NCIS special agent Jeff Morrow.
Okinawa police laud NCIS for role in investigating two drug cases
NCIS agents receive award from Ginowan, Okinawa Prefectural Police for support on solving drug cases.
Cold Case Hosting Crash Course
When break ups lead to the best breaks for an investigator.
Thomas Betro Named Director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Secretary of the Navy Donald C. Winter named Special Agent Thomas A. Betro as director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Jan. 9, succeeding former Director David L. Brant.
NCIS Personnel Recognized for Narcotics Law Enforcement Contributions
For their breakthrough efforts in the 'War on Drugs', ten NCIS special agents are singled out for awards.
'NCIS' Actress Pauley Perrette Visits the Real NCIS
Television meets reality when "NCIS" actress tours NCIS headquarters.
High Risk Training -- The New Norm for NCIS
NCIS contributes $1.1 million to boost counterterrorism training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
NCIS Director Brant Announces Retirement
After leading NCIS through an eight-year period of expansion and change, Director David Brant announced his retirement from federal service.
'John Doe' gets a face, now needs a name
Investigators say the "John Doe" model may not be a perfect match, but they hope it is close enough to finally close the case.
Law enforcement groups tap into each other's records through LInX
LInX replaces old-fashioned shoe leather to find the culprits in Hampton Roads.
Department of Justice Unites Law Enforcement Components in Joining Information-Sharing System in Washington State
Department of Justice enters information-sharing partnership with NCIS.
Investigative Organization has big tasks, low profile
When Red Brigades terrorists kidnapped Brig. Gen. James Dozier in Italy in 1981, David Watson was asked to help U.S. and Italian investigators find him.
NCIS Director Recognizes Special Agents in Bahrain
"We are doing unique things in that theater. These gentlemen did things in that theater that others cannot, have not, and may not be able to do in the future," said NCIS Director David Brant.
Far East NCIS honored for Iraq work
NCIS Far East Field Office recognizes agents for voluntary assignments in Iraq.
No TV hero here, Texcel's Thompson sees real duty in 21-month NCIS callup
Naval reserve officer for NCIS, Bill Thompson took a 21-month break from his sales responsibilities in the Houston rubber industry, to being a very definitive set of eyes "outside the wire" in Iraq to make sure that compounds weren't coming under attack.
Navy Thefts Fed Drug Habits
Former Pearl Harbor shipyard employees stole hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of ship parts and sold them to scrap dealers so they could buy crystal methamphetamine.
A Mystery, a Murder, a Promise -- Part 4: His word was his bond
Reflections and a hilltop funeral bring closure to Ricky Wiltrout cold case.
A Mystery, a Murder, a Promise - Part 1
NCIS Special Agent Tony Suchy, tackles cold case mystery of unidentified bones that turned up in Norfolk Naval Base in 1999.
A Mystery, a Murder, a Promise - Part 2: The past comes forward
The life of Ricky Wiltrout is revealed as his mother's DNA confirms a match to his bones and the search for the killer begins.
A Mystery, a Murder, a Promise - Part 3: In a quest for the truth
The story is revealed in a 48 hour showdown of interviews with suspects in Wiltrout cold case.
NCIS Special Teams Provide Forensic Assistance Worldwide
In a recent search operation in Florida, NCIS' Major Case Response Team (MCRT) in concert with the Forensic Consultant Unit assisted a local police jurisdiction in the search and recovery of physical evidence from the bottom of a drained pond.
An isle Navy investigator serves as a consultant to the new CBS drama "Navy NCIS"
"Navy Special Agent Deborah Rocco had more than a passing interest when CBS last week premiered one of its new shows for the fall."
Video Footage: CBS Profiles NCIS Multiple Threat Alert Center
Tour the NCIS Multiple Threat Alert Center
Video Footage: NCIS Special Agent Afloat Program
Tour USS Theodore Roosevelt through the eyes of NCIS Special Agent Rod Budd.
More Than 30 Years Later, Navy Restores Ensign's Honor
Ensign Andy Muns disappeared while serving aboard a Navy ship moored in the Philippines during the Vietnam War.
Agent bids NCIS life goodbye after 34 years
NCIS Special Agent's only regret about the last 34 years is that the time went too fast.
Rocco's experience lends reality to 'NCIS' drama
NCIS Supervisory Special Agent, Rocco in the spotlight at Florida State University.
NCIS holds dedication and awards ceremony
In Hawaii, a new Cold Case Squad Office is established at NCIS, Naval Station Pearl Harbor, and four NCIS special agents receive Navy Meritorious Civilian Awards on the deck of the USS Missouri.
U.S. Navy agents pursue cold cases
The Hawaii State Attorney General's Office and NCIS team up to formulate a "cold case squad."
US to help tanker explosion probe
The United States is sending a team to Yemen to investigate the explosion aboard a French tanker off the Yemeni coast.
"Inside NCIS" Video from AFN News
Navy Generalist Cory Weber reports for AFN News from the NCIS European Field Office in Naples, Italy to demystify the mission of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. See "Inside NCIS" video as aired on AFN on January 26, 2005.
Television Gets Real Look Inside
The creators of the NCIS television show take a look inside...
U.S. Sailors Donate Essentials in Wake of Tsunami
Sailors forward deployed to NSA, Bahrain, supported a relief drive for survivors of the massive tsunami.
NCIS has distinct mission in Iraq's Al Anbar province
NCIS agents in Al Anbar work hand-in-hand with the I Marine Expeditionary Force protecting service members.
NCIS Agents Recognized for Iraq Duty
In Newport, Rhode Island, NCIS Special Agents are awarded for performance of high-risk missions in Iraq.
Special Agent Jeanmarie Sentell honored for "exceptional courage" for work with OAFME in Iraq
NCIS Special Agent Sentell talks about her criminal investigations efforts in Iraq.
New TV show depicts Navy's little-known investigative unit
New TV show depicts Navy's little-known investigative unit, NCIS.
NCIS Unit is expert in cases like Hassoun's
NCIS uses expertise, experience in the case of Marine, Wassef Ali Hassoun.
NCIS Director wins prestigious national award
David Brant, Director of the U.S. NCIS, receives 2004 Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE) Award.
NCIS: Keeping U.S. Sailors Safe
NCIS: Keeping U.S. Sailors safe around the world.
NCIS honors 13 agents
Superior performance under dangerous conditions earns NCIS Carolinas field office special agents the Navy's Meritorious Civilian Service Medal.
Man sentenced to 13 years after his involvement in 1997 Norfolk murder
Naval Criminal Investigative Service plays key role in solving 1997 cold case murder.
'Eagle Eyes' campaign fights terrorism
A new security awareness campaign was launched at Marine Corps Base Quantico to motivate community to become more vigilant in reporting suspicious incidents.
Navy investigators volunteered for intelligence ops in Iraq
Agents at Naval Criminal Investigative Service's Norfolk field office are presented Navy's meritorious civilian service medal.
NCIS Director Recognized for Promoting Diversity in Law Enforcement
NCIS Director, David Brant, receives Aguila Statue Award from the Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association (HAPCOA).