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Justice Served: Air Force Office of Special Investigations agents played a key role in the conviction of Noshir Gowadia, a former Northrop Grumman B-2 engineer, for spying for China. A federal court earlier this month found Gowadia, 66, of Maui, Hawaii, guilty on 14 counts of selling weapons designs to the Chinese, filing false tax returns, and other espionage-related charges. His sentencing hearing is set for Nov. 22; he faces life in prison. Among the technology he betrayed was information on low-signature cruise missiles. AFOSI officials worked closely with FBI, IRS, Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and State Department officials to bring Gowadia down. "The successful prosecution of Mr. Gowadia for espionage and other crimes highlights the many contributions of AFOSI personnel and our partner organizations worldwide," said Col. Keith Givens, vice commander at AFOSI headquarters at JB Andrews, Md., in a Justice Department release. Continue