Kirtland AFB: 58th Special Operations Wing Change Of Command Ceremony June 30

Col. Jonathan Graham

Kirtland AFB News:

KIRTLAND AFB — Col. Jonathan Graham will take command of the 58th Special Operations Wing in a ceremony 10 a.m., .

Graham will take the guidon from Col. Michael Curry, who has commanded the wing since his arrival in July of 2020.

Graham comes to Kirtland from his post at Cannon AFB, where he served as the vice commander, 27th Special Operations Wing. He was responsible for sustaining the 27th SOW’s core missions, to include close air support, agile combat support, information operations, precision strike, forward presence and engagement, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, and specialized mobility.

Curry will now transition to a post as Director, Executive Action Group, office of the Secretary of the Air Force in Washington, D.C.

The 58th SOW’s mission is to train warriors in special operations and combat rescue, to professionalize Airmen and employ airpower. The 58th SOW, which flies fixed-wing, rotary-wing and tilt-rotor aircraft, conducts Kirtland’s flying mission.

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