James R. Carnahan, former Supervisory Special Agent, Western Region, passed away in California on December 11, 2007 at the age of 87. Jim was a bomber pilot in World War !!, was shot down during a mission, captured and imprisoned in a German stalag in Pomerania until he was liberated by Russian troops near the end of the war. He remained in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as a Colonel, after several years in the Air Force's Office of Special Investigations. He worked for OIG for about 20 years, always headquartered in the Western Region. In his off-time he continued to fly, restored airplanes, automobiles and machinery. His body was cremated and will be scattered in the hills of his beloved Marin County after the first of the year. He leaves a wife of 62 years, Liz, and three children.