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1942 to present

35° 2' 25.07'' N - 106° 36' 32.40'' W
Albuquerque, New Mexico
ICAO: KABQIATA: ABQ FAA: ABQ
Elevation: 5300 feet



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List of units at Kirtland AFB

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YearsRotary Wing Aircraft Unitbold : Current Model
normal: Unit no longer at this base
2005/    71st SOSV-22 Osprey 2005/   
1994/    512th RQSUH-1N 1994/   
S-70 H-60 1994/   
1991/07551 SOSS-65 H-53 1994/07
S-70 H-60 1990/94
S-61 H-3 1971/92
1976/911550 ATTWHH-1H Iroquois 1973/91
UH-1N 1971/91
UH-1F Iroquois 1971/82



News about this location


HH-60W Flight Trainers in Final Assembly, 18-Sep-18 : #CombatRescue First Sikorsky Combat Rescue Helicopter Weapons System and Operational Flight Trainers final assembly underway. 112 HH-60W deliveries expected to begin in 2020

512th RQS HH-60G Pave Hawk Reaches 12,000 Hours, 10-Jan-17 : An USAF’s Sikorsky HH-60G, tail number 81-23644, passed 12000 flight hours leading all Air Force Pave Hawks. Manufactured in 1983, is flying with the 58th SOW, 512th Rescue Squadron since 1990.

Kirtland AFB to Receive 14 HH-60W from 2020, 31-May-16 : Kirtland will be the first Air Force base to receive the new Combat Rescue Helicopters CRH-60 / HH-60W, a total of 14 aircraft between fiscal year 2020 and 2028.

VMX-22 Tests New Software in New Mexico, 15-Apr-15 : Marine Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron VMX-22 tested new software for the MV-22B Osprey in Albuquerque, N.M., April 2, using the difference in terrain to their advantage.

Binding Material to Save Osprey Engines, 02-Feb-15 : USAF 58th Special Operations Wing has a plan to mitigate aircraft engine damage that happens during training missions using a biodegradable binding material at practice landing zones.







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