58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron

58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron

The 58th Reconnaissance Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force Reserve squadron. Its last was assigned to the 4900th Test Group, stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. It was inactivated in 1974.

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58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron - History - Crash and Notable Events
... Baker, a weather observer assigned to the unit, was the only fatality. 31 August 1956 – A 58th Reconnaissance Squadron WB-50D (49-315), recently dubbed the "Golden Heart" in honor of the city of Fairbanks, crashed into the Susitna River near Willow. 17 January 1957 – A WB-50D (48-093) assigned to the 58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron crashed shortly after takeoff approximately three miles north of Eielson AFB ...

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