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.

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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In this file photo, Yeoman 1st Class Erik Estrada, far right, assigned to the submarine tender USS Frank Cable (AS 40), helps local volunteers pack mulch into bags in the village of Dededo, Guam.  Frank Cable Sailors teamed up with volunteers from Island Girl Power, a local community service program for young girls, to clean and renovate a series of parks. Frank Cable, forward deployed to the island of Guam, conducts maintenance and support of submarines and surface vessels deployed to the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility. Guam Navy Commands Win 2016 Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award
ASAN, Guam (NNS) -- Naval Munitions Command East Asia Division (NMCEAD) Unit Guam and the submarine
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B-1B Lancers perform a flyover to begin the Operation Linebacker II Remembrance Ceremony Dec. 16, 2016, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.  A formation of 33 Airmen stood at the ceremony to represent the 33 who lost their lives flying in B-52 Stratofortress bombers during Operation Linebacker II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jacob Skovo) Honoring the past: Linebacker II remembrance ceremony
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam - Team Andersen honored the memory of those who served in Operation
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The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Sequoia rests in port at Apra Harbor, Nov. 22, 2016, at Naval Base Guam. The crew of the Sequoia participated in Operation Christmas Drop 2016 by delivering tools, toys, food and water to islands throughout the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jacob Skovo) U.S. Coast Guard brings holiday cheer by sea

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Eva Hake wears a pendant memorializing her late son, Senior Airman Jeremy Jutba-Hake, 36th Airlift Squadron instructor loadmaster, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 6, 2016. The pendant was a gift given to her on behalf of his fellow Airmen from his squadron commander after Jutba-Hake passed away during Operation Christmas Drop 2015. On day two of OCD 2016, Jutba-Hake’s colleagues, friends and family gathered for a remembrance ceremony before beginning the day’s mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Elizabeth Baker/Released) Operation Christmas Drop crews remember an Airman
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam. -- Service members from the United States, Australia and Japan air
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A volunteer packs canned goods, toys and necessities into a box during the Operation Christmas Drop packing party Dec. 3, 2016, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. Over 200 volunteers packed clothes, rice, fish hooks, school supplies and more into boxes to be dropped to over 50 islands throughout the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo by SrA Alexa Henderson/Released) Operation Christmas Drop: Behind the scenes
The longest running humanitarian aid/disaster relief has kicked off on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam
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Base tour

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 "Community Relations Request Form" must be completed and e-mailed to joleen.castro.1@us.af.mil no later than four weeks from event date. If your organization has any questions, please contact our Community Relations office at (671) 366-4111.