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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  • 512th Rescue Squadron

    Commander:Lt. Col. Brian Dicks512th RQS/CCMission StatementProvide Mission-Ready H-1 and H-60 Crewmembers to Helicopter Units Worldwide!Unit HistoryLineage: Constituted as the 512th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) on 19 Oct 1942 and activated on 31 Oct 1942. It was re-designated as the 512th

  • 550th Special Operations Squadron

    Commander:Lt. Col. Zoltan Kaszas550th SOS/CCMission StatementTo provide USSOCOM and theater commanders the finest special operations and combat search and rescue forces in the world -- BAR NONE!Unit HistoryLineage: Designated the 1550th Flying Training Squadron and activated on 1 Apr 1971.

  • 58th Training Squadron

    Mission StatementTo provide a center for training excellence for 58 SOW flying squadrons and operational Air Force units worldwide.58 Training Development Mission StatementThe mission of the 58th Trainer Development, as part of the 58th Training Squadron, at Kirtland AFB, is to design, develop,

  • 58th Operations Support Squadron

    Commander:Lt. Col. RJ Donaldson58th OSS/CCMission StatementTo provide a broad range of first class operational support to the 58th Special Operations Wing, creating the best possible environment to train mission-ready special operations, combat rescue, and national security personnel for the world's

  • 58th Operations Group

    Commander:Col. Arthur D. Davis58th OG/CCMission StatementThe 58th Operations Group trains mission-ready special operations, combat search and rescue (CSAR) and airlift aircrews in the UH-1H/N, HH-60G, MH-53J/M, HC-130N/P, MC-130P, MC-130H, CV-22 and corresponding simulators; provides Specialized