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  • AETC Command Team visits 58th SOW members

    Lt. Gen. Brian Robinson, commander of Air Education and Training Command, his wife, Mrs. Maureen Robinson, and Chief Master Sgt. Chad Bickley, AETC command chief, visited members of the 58th Special Operations Wing at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Sept. 20-21, 2023.

  • Kirtland uses innovation to help send satellites to space

    The Air Force relies on its Airmen to be innovators that bring new processes and technologies to life. A group of 58th Special Operations Wing Airmen from the aircraft metals technology shop at Kirtland Air Force Base took up this challenge when they used their metals technology expertise to create

  • AETC command team visits Kirtland

    Lt. Gen. Brian Robinson (middle), Air Education and Training Command commander, speaks to Capt. Emily Argabrite, 58th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron helicopter maintenance unit action officer in charge, during a tour at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Sept. 21, 2023. Robinson commissioned from Air

  • Torch Athena: 58 SOW Airmen advocate for and empower women

    Women from the 58th Special Operations Wing are leading the Torch Athena program at Kirtland. Torch Athena is an Air Education and Training Command women’s initiative program that focuses on educating, empowering and advocating for female Airmen within AETC.

  • Airmen Innovation: How Teamwork at Kirtland Revolutionized TCCC Training

    Three unique individuals, Tech. Sgt. Yves Reulet, 377th Wing Staff Agency unit training manager, Senior Airman Carlos Torres, 58th Maintenance Group lead instructor, and Staff Sgt. Drake Higgins, 58th MXG unit training manager, were instrumental in streamlining the training of the Tactical Combat

  • 58th SOW First Sergeants perform random snacks of kindness

    Team Kirtland’s First Sergeant Council partnered with the 58 Special Operations Wing’s True North team, headed by Tech. Sgt. Wallace Pallicer to host a Random Snacks of Kindness event to help boost the spirits of the Airmen at Kirtland that work to keep the mission going.