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  • 58th SOW 'flies friendly' over neighboring communities in New Mexico

    There’s an old saying that “good fences make good neighbors.” But what if one of the neighbors has the ability to fly over your fence, though, when you don’t want to be disturbed?That’s a situation the 58th Special Operations Wing needs to accommodate when conducting flight operations in airspace

  • 58th SOW hosts Spouse’s Day

    Family members from the 58th Special Operations Wing participate in Spouse’s Day at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, June 19, 2021.

  • Distinguished leaders visit Arctic Survival School

    Distinguished leaders from the 58th Special Operations Wing interact with Arctic Survival Training students during a leadership immersion on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Jan. 27, 2021. The 58th SOW’s mission is to train mission-ready special operations, rescue, distinguished visitor airlift,

  • AETC command team visits 58th SOW, 150th SOW at Kirtland AFB

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Education and Training Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Erik Thompson, AETC command chief, visited the 58th Special Operations Wing and its New Mexico Air National Guard associate unit, the 150th Special Operations Wing, at Kirtland AFB, N.M., Nov. 5-6.

  • 58th SOW Airmen apply job skills to make 2,000 face coverings

    A workforce of 12 Airmen from the 58th Operations Support Squadron sewed more than 1,775 face coverings for the 58th Special Operations Wing (and its units geographically separated) and 200 for the 377th Air Base Wing Airmen living in the dorms on Kirtland Air Force Base.

  • AETC deputy commander visits 58th SOW

    From left, Staff Sgt. Mark Birrenkott, 58th Aircrew Maintenance Squadron CV-22 Osprey avionics craftsman, and Tech. Sgt. Derek Scott, 58th AMXS CV-22 Osprey crew chief speaks with U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Mark E. Weatherington, Air Education and Training Command deputy commander, at Kirtland Air

  • 58th SOW and the Continuum of Learning

    Headquarters Air Education and Training Command force development expert Masoud Rasti visited the 58th Special Operations Wing on Kirtland Air Force Base, April 24, to discuss the implementation of the Air Force’s newest training paradigm, the Continuum of Learning.