58 OG creates airpower by training special ops, CSAR Airmen in four states

The 58th Operations Group at Kirtland AFB, N.M. trains Airmen to fly nuclear security, distinguished visitor airlift, special operations and combat search and rescue aircraft, from fixed-wing to tilt-rotor to helicopters. The 58th Operations Support Squadron performs host aviation resource management, aerial delivery, aircrew flight equipment, intelligence, weapons and tactics, group training, and commander support staff functions.

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