Air Education and Training Command, with headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, was established and activated in January 1942, making it the oldest major command in the Air Force. Its training mission makes it the first command to touch the life of nearly every Air Force member.

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  • 58th Maintenance Squadron

    Commander:Maj Nathan Maresh58 MXS/CCMission StatementProviding safe, quality maintenance in support of the 58th Special Operations Wing mission.Unit HistoryLineage: Originally constituted as the 58th Maintenance Squadron on 25 Jun 1952 and activated on 10 Jul 1952. Two years later on 8 Nov 1954, the

  • 58th Maintenance Group

    Commander:Col. Lance W. Myerson58 MXG/CCMission StatementProviding safe, quality maintenance in support of the 58th Special Operations Wing missionUnit HistoryLineage: Originally established as the 58th Maintenance and Supply Group on 25 Jun 1952, it was activated on 10 Jul 1952, later inactivated

  • 415th Special Operations Squadron

    Lineage. Constituted as 415 Night Fighter Squadron on 8 Feb 1943. Activated on 10 Feb 1943. Inactivated on 1 Sep 1947. Redesignated as 415 Special Operations Training Squadron on 9 Jun 1970. Activated on 1 Jul 1970. Inactivated on 30 Jun 1975. Redesignated as 415 Tactical Fighter Squadron on 15 Sep

  • 71st Special Operations Squadron

    Commander:Lt. Col. Andrew Heidel71 SOS/CCMission StatementTo Provide Combat Ready CV-22 Aircrews to Air Force Special Operations CommandUnit HistoryLineage: Constituted as the 71st Troop Carrier Squadron on 30 Jan 1943 and activated on 9 Feb 1943. Inactivated after World War II on 31 Jul 1946, the

  • 23rd Flying Training Squadron

    Commander:Lt Col Joseph D. Davis23 FTS/CCMission:Train undergraduate aircrew members in all aspects of helicopter operations for follow-on training in special operations, combat search and rescue (CSAR), missile support and distinguished visitor airlift missions.Unit History:Lineage: Constituted as