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  • TG-4A

    (No longer in service at USAFA ) The TG-4A (SGS 2-33A) is a conventional two-place tandem, basic training sailplane, that was used to introduce all Air Force Academy cadets to flight through the Soar-For-All program. Maneuvers flown in the TG-4A include aerotow, stall recoveries, slow flight, steep turns, and rectangular traffic patterns. Features
  • San Antonio BRAC Frequently Asked Questions

    What is BRAC? "BRAC" is an acronym that stands for Base Realignment and Closure. It is the congressionally authorized process DoD has previously used to reorganize its base structure to more efficiently and effectively support our forces, increase operational readiness and facilitate new ways of doing business. (The original legislation actually
  • F-15C Eagle

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  • 58th SOW Newcomers

    Welcome to the 58th SOW and Kirtland Air Force Base residing in the Southeast corner of Albuquerque at the base of Sandia mountain. Please click here to get arrival and other information about Kirtland AFB Information about Albuquerque can be found at the City of Albuquerque website while the New Mexico state government site explains what can be
  • 551st Special Operations Squadron

    Commander:Lt. Col Todd R. "Burt" Lancaster 551 SOS/CC Mission Statement To provide combat ready MH-53J/M aircrews to Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) Unit History Lineage: Designated the 1551st Flying Training Squadron and activated on 1 Apr 1971. Re-designated as the 551st Flying Training Squadron on 1 Oct 1991 and finally as its
  • 33rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

    The 33rd Organizational Maintenance Squadron (OMS), now designated the 33rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, was activated on 9 February 1965, the Air Force organized the 33 OMS on 1 April 1965 under the newly activated 33rd Tactical Fighter Wing at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. The 33 OMS became one of four maintenance squadrons in the 33 Tactical
  • 58th Fighter Squadron

    The 58th Fighter Squadron has a long and distinguished history that dates back to the aerial battles of World War II. Activated as the 58th Pursuit Squadron (part of the 33rd Pursuit Group) stationed at Mitchel Field, New York, the squadron was charged with the ongoing mission of aerial defense of the United States. When the United States entered
  • 33rd Maintenance Operations Squadron

    The mission of the 33rd Maintenance Operations Squadron, formerly the 33rd Logistics Support Squadron (33rd LSS), is to provide the world's best training, logistics, and administrative support in order to maintain air control and air superiority forces for rapid deployment. The squadron ensures combat readiness through command and control,
  • 33rd Maintenance Squadron

    The 33rd Maintenance Squadron, nicknamed the "Wizards" first called Eglin Air Force Base, Florida home in 1965. The wing was flying the F-4 Phantoms and the Vietnam War was just gearing up. At the time, the maintenance program was divided into four squadrons, the 33rd Organization Maintenance Squadron, the 33rd Armament and Electronic Maintenance
  • The 33d Operations Support Squadron

    The 33d Operations Support Squadron, nicknamed the "Jokers" was formed December 2, 1991 as part of the overall 33d Fighter Wing reorganization effort. The official lineage of the 33d Operations Support Squadron (33d OSS) is tied to the 33d Aerodrome Squadron, which was located in Blythe, California during World War II. The designation "Joker" was
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