36th Wing

Phone: 671-366-2228

Location:
Bldg. 21001 Kenney Avenue
Andersen Air Force Base, Guam

Mailing Address:
Andersen AFB, 36 WG/PA COMREL
Unit 14003, APO AP 96543-4003
Email: 36wg.pa2@us.af.mil

Customer Service Hours:


Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Public Affairs

Flightline Photo Authorization Requests

Security an Policy Review

Social Media

 

Command Information

Camera Purchase Request

Photo Studio Support

Photo/ Video Support

Trademark Licensing

 

Community Relations

Aerial Event Request

Base Tours

Environmental PA

Flyover Request

Noise Complaints

Sister Village Program

 

Media Operations

FOIA Requests

Hometown News Release

Media Training

Media Credentials

Engaging The Media Training - Powerpoint

 

 

Community Support

If you would like to request support from Andersen AFB for an upcoming event, go to the following linked information on how and where to make that request:

Speaking Engagements
Flyover request
Andersen Honor Guard

For activities not included on the list, contact the Community Relations section one month prior to the event. Provide the basic information for the event (who, what, when, where, purpose of event). It is our policy to support as many requests as possible, but we are not always able to accommodate every request received.

For more information on the Community Relations program, check out AFI 35-105, Community Relations.

Our goal is to foster positive relations with the surrounding communities. Participation in community events by Air Force personnel is desirable and highly encouraged; however, limitations of time, money and mission requirements may make it impossible to grant all requests.

Community Relations

 

Andersen Air Force Base's community relations programs are designed to enhance morale, public trust, support and demonstrate that the Air Force is a community partner and a responsible steward of natural resources. We hope to increase public awareness and understanding of the Air Force's mission. Our goal is to foster positive relations and maintain a reputation as a good neighbor as well as a respected, professional organization charged with responsibility for national security.

Sister Village Sister Squadron Program

Sister Village Sister Squadron Program


Pacific Air Partners Open House Highlights

Pacific Air Partners Open House Highlights


Adventuring Guam Video Series #4: Hiking to Tarzan Falls

Adventuring Guam Video Series #4: Hiking to Tarzan Falls


Adventuring Guam Video Series #3: Hiking to Tarzan Pools

Adventuring Guam Video Series #3: Hiking to Tarzan Pools


Adventuring Guam Video Series #2: Hiking to Ague Cove

Adventuring Guam Video Series #2: Hiking to Ague Cove


Adventuring Guam Teaser

Adventuring Guam Teaser


Operation Christmas Drop

Operation Christmas Drop


International Coastal Cleanup

International Coastal Cleanup


In Memory of Lt. Col. Charles McManus

In Memory of Lt. Col. Charles McManus


Guam Celebrates 73rd Liberation Day

Guam Celebrates 73rd Liberation Day


Tinian Supports US Military Operations

Tinian Supports US Military Operations


Guam Internationa Coastal Cleanup

Guam Internationa Coastal Cleanup


Service Before Self

Service Before Self


Andersen Blue Knights

Andersen Blue Knights


 Tree Lighting Ceremony

Tree Lighting Ceremony


Operation Christmas Drop

Operation Christmas Drop


Andersen AFB Honor Guard

Andersen AFB Honor Guard


Operation Christmas Drop

Operation Christmas Drop


Wake Island Chamorro Memorial Ceremony

Wake Island Chamorro Memorial Ceremony


Community News

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Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo of Guam is intrigued by an aviation cranial as he boards a helicopter at the Pentagon March 2, 2011. The governor and three Guam legislatures visited the Pentagon and toured Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., to gather an understanding of the types of ranges planned for a new Marine Corps base on Guam. The live fire ranges planned for construction on Guam are a known distance (KD) rifle range, KD pistol range, 1000m automated multi-purpose machinegun (MPMG) range, modified record firing range (MRFR), 100m non-standard small arms range and live hand grenade range. Guam delegation tours Marine Corps training area
Governor Eddie Baza Calvo and a delegation of Guam legislatures including Senators Frank Blas Jr.,
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ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam - An aerial view of Northwest Field. Northwest Field is an important historical, cultural and ecological resource for Andersen. In addition to a historical airfield used for training, it is the location of the largest limestone forest on Guam, the natural habitat for several endangered bird species. Andersen works closely with local wildlife agencies to protect these resources and balance the need for training with a solid record of environmental stewardship in the area. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo). Northwest Field critical to training, ecosystem
Andersen Air Force Base's Northwest Field has, over the years, become a critical training asset to
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2010
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam - Tech. Sgt. Robert Dacanay, 736th Security Forces Squadron, shows Terry Parks, Managing partner of Alaska Aces, Alaska, how to load a 9 millimeter pistol during the Strategic Triangle Civic Leader Tour June 26.  Twenty two regional civic leaders visited Guam, Hawaii and Alaska while learning how Air Force bases in the three locations contribute to the Pacific theater.  The Strategic Triangle Civic Leadership tour was hosted by Gen. Howie Chandler, Pacific Air Forces commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael Boquette/36th Wing Public Affairs) Pacific civic leaders take first-hand look at Andersen's mission
Twenty-two civic leaders from Alaska, Hawaii and Guam capped a five-day tour of the 'strategic
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2009
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Recently 12 Team Andersen volunteers from 36th Force Support Squadron, 554th RED HORSE Squadron, 36th Munitions Squadron, 36th Civil Engineer Squadron, 36th Logistics Readiness Squadron and youth center staff tore down a playground that has been a safety hazard for over five years. The playground, located near Chapel two, Outdoor Recreation and the Child Development Center, was damaged when Typhoons Chataan and Pongsona hit Guam in 2002. (Courtesy photo) Team Andersen volunteers tear down safety hazard to protect base community
Twelve Team Andersen volunteers recently tore down a playground that has been a safety hazard here
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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Les Neipert of the 36th Operations Support Squadron paints a window sill during a volunteer mission for Habitat for Humanity in Yona July 11.  Habitat for Humanity is a program that provides homes for local families that are in need. The family that will be living in this new house also helped out with the 36th OSS volunteeers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Courtney Witt) Andersen Airmen help local community through Habitat for Humanity program
Airmen and their families from the 36th Operations Support Squadron volunteered their time to help
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Flyover Request

The Community Relations office helps facilitate flyovers and static display requests; however the process does not start at Andersen Air Force Base. To start a flyover request a DD Form 2535 must be submitted online at http://www.airshows.pa.hq.af.mil/ and receive approval from the Air Force Aerial Events office at the Pentagon. Andersen AFB can only consider the request after it has approval from the Pentagon.

Flyovers are considered for aviation-related events and patriotic observances held in conjunction with Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, POW/MIA Day, or Veterans Day (event must be within seven days of the actual holiday dates to be considered). There are some exceptions to policies; those not meeting the criteria can possibly be approved one-time only as an Exception-to-Policy event, provided there is sufficient rationale for support.

Coordination with the FAA is required for completion of the DD Form 2535. For the Pacific area FAA representative please call (808) 837-8300. The flyover request process can take approximately 60 days to complete. Please plan to start this process 90-120 days prior to date of the event.

Base tours

The 36th Wing offers organized group tours to educate people about the U.S. Air Force, Andersen Air Force Base and its missions. While we try to accommodate specific requests to visit a particular unit or learn about a specific mission, please understand that our mission must come first. Tours are only provided to organized groups such as civic organizations, schools, businesses, and reunion groups. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate individuals or non-organized groups. Certain conditions and restrictions apply to all base tours. Tour groups must meet the following requirements:

Size:
Tours are limited to a minimum of 20 participants and a maximum of 45 (or the passenger capability of one commercial bus).

Transportation:
Organizations must provide their own transportation. Tours are limited to one bus. Requests to use multiple vehicles cannot be accommodated.

Dates:
Tours are only offered on weekdays. Tours will not exceed five hours to include a lunch break, if requested.

Meals:
Meal options on base is limited and only granted upon approval of the Base Commander. The Magellan Dining Inn is a dining option only for ROTC and JROTC detachments.

Mobility:
Modified tours may be granted to those with limited mobility; however, this must be stated on the request form. If not stated, it is assumed that walking and stair climbing is not an issue. 

Base Access:
Any group members over the age of 18 will have to provide personal information, such as driver's license number, date of birth, and social security number, for an Entry Access List, which is required for base access.

To request a base tour, a "Tour Request Form" must be completed and e-mailed to 36WG.PA.COMREL@us.af.mil  no later than 3 weeks from event date. If your organization has any questions, please contact our Community Relations office at (671) 366-4202/2228.