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58th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Commander:
Lt. Col. Scott T. Ruppel
58th AMXS/CC


Mission Statement
Generating the sorties today that produce tomorrow’s SOF/PR aviators

Unit History
Lineage: Constituted as the 58th Organizational Maintenance Squadron on 28 Aug 1969 and activated on 15 Oct 1969. It was re-designated as the 58th Aircraft Generation Squadron on 15 Aug 1977 but inactivated on 1 Oct 1991. It was redesignated on 15 Jul 2002 and activated with its current name on 18 Jul 2002.

Assignments:
15 Oct 1969 to 1 Oct 1991 58th Tactical Fighter Training (later, 58th Tactical Training Wing)
18 Jul 2002 to Present 58th Maintenance Group

Stations:
15 Oct 1969 to 1 Oct 1991 Luke AFB, AZ
18 Jul 2002 to Present Kirtland AFB, NM

Unit Awards
Service Streamers:
None

Campaign Streamers:
None

Decorations:
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
15 Oct to 31 Dec 1969
1 Jan 1971 - 31 Dec 1972
1 Jan 1975 - 31 Dec 1976
1 Jan 1978 - 31 Dec 1979
1 Aug 1982 - 31 May 1984
1 Jun 1986 - 31 May 1988
1 Jun 1989 - 31 May 1991
1 Jul 2002 - 30 Jun 2003
1 Jul 2003 - 30 Jun 2004
1 Jul 2004 - 30 Jun 2005
1 Jul 2006 - 30 Jun 2007
1 Jul 2007 - 30 Jun 2008
1 Jul 2009 - 30 Jun 2011
1 Jul 2011 - 30 Jun 2013

To contact the 58th AMXS, call DSN: 263-6667, Commercial (505) 853-6667, or e-mail: 58AMXS.CSS@kirtland.af.mil