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Community relations and outreach are two of the top priorities of the Nevada National Guard.

Community relations requests include: aviation flyovers and static displays, requests for military speakers, color guard requests and parade participation.
Military funeral honors are not considered community relations or outreach and are funded separately--see below for information on military funeral flyovers and or funeral honor guard requests.


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Flyover and Static Display Requests: Fixed-wing aircraft (Airplanes) are requested through the Air Force Public Affairs Aerial Events Website:

If you would like the 152nd Airlift Wing to perform either a flyover or static display at your event, please submit your request through the U.S. Air Force Aerial Events website: The Flyover requests will need FAA approval (see below); however the Static Display requests do NOT require FAA approval.

For assistance with this request process, contact the Public Affairs Office: 775-788-4515.

Once your request is submitted, you will receive the following text in an email:


You have successfully submitted the online Request for Military Aerial Support.
Date of the request: DATE OF YOUR EVENT WILL BE HERE
The Request Number for the request: REQUEST NUMBER WILL BE LOCATED HERE

In order for us to process your request, the requestor needs to take the following actions:

1. Have the Event Site Certifier sign and date the following section of the DD Form 2535:
a. Block 4d
b. Block 4e

2. Send your filled out and signed form to:

The FAA should email your form back to you so that you can send back to SAF/PA.

The FAA will the state the event will take place and complete the following sections of the DD Form 2535 (Not required for static displays):
a. Question 14, Flight Standards District Office Review
b. Question 15, Feasibility Determination
c. Question 16, Additional Comments, if necessary
d. Question 17, Coordinating Official

3. Initial the appropriate boxes of Section VI (Question 21), on page 3 of DD Form 2535: The Sponsor Agrees to (if you are just requesting a flyover you do not need to complete this section).

4. Manually complete Section VII, Certification by Sponsor with the appropriate signatures.

5. E-mail the signed paperwork to Your aviation request will not be reviewed until we have received the completed DD Form 2535. *DO NOT FAX*

6. The Air Force does not assign units to an event. All aviation participation is on a volunteer basis and not guaranteed. The Air Force does publicize all eligible events to flying units through the use of the aerial events website, but it is strongly recommended that an event sponsors contact Air Force units directly to ask them for support. Contact information may be found at under “Find an Aircraft.”


NOTE: Aircraft availability depends on training schedules, mission requirements and crew availability. An approved request does not guarantee aircraft availability.

Notes on Flyover Requests:
  • Your request should be submitted 90 days prior to the event to be considered for support. Less than 90 days’ notice greatly reduces the chance that support will be available. Requests received within 30 days of the event will NOT be considered.
  • Army and Air Force approvals are only for aircraft from the respective service. An organization wishing to have an event approved for either Army National Guard or Air National Guard aircraft must submit a request to each service (the Air Guard can only consider events approved by the Air Force and the Army Guard can only consider events approved by the Army).



Military Funeral Flyover Requests: Funeral flyover requests are made directly to the Air Force Mortuary Affairs:

The request must be submitted by a family member or the representative on behalf of the family.

An email can be sent to the family liaison at Air Force Mortuary Affairs, if working with one, or to Their phone number is 302-363-7704. The request needs the details of the service and must include the Airman's biography.

Aircraft availability depends on training schedules, mission requirements and crew availability. An approved request does not guarantee aircraft availability.

Military Funeral Honor Guard Requests:

All requests for Honor Guard at military funeral events go through Beale Air Force Base here:

For questions about this process, you can contact them by email: or by phone: (530) 634-3346


Army Helicopter

Army National Guard Requests:
Army Guard flyovers are possible at events with more than 5,000 attendees or at events with a strong tie with Patriotic holidays. Please go to this site: and submit your "Request for Aerial Support" at least 90 days in advance of the flyover date. Forward the competed DD2535 to this email link.

Army static displays of aircraft may be arranged through the Public Affairs Office. Once again, please fill out and forward a DD2535Document is compliant. Select if any issues - DD Form 2535 Request for Aerial Support 90 days in advance of the display date.

All types of Army Guard requests (both aviation and non-aviation) must be made 90 days in advance of the event. For information on community relations support, call the State Headquarters Public Affairs Office at 775-887-7250.


Honor Guard Logo

The Nevada Air Guard Base Honor Guard team is comprised of an elite group of Air Force men and women whose primary mission is the rendering of Honors and Colors at military funerals and community military-related events. The Base Honor Guard team is an all-volunteer team and takes pride as a community-orientated team that commits to providing outstanding services while representing the Air Force and Air National Guard as Ceremonial Guardsmen.

The Base Honor Guard is active in all types of community relations such as: patriotic ceremonies and parades, flag presentation, posting and retrieving; and other military-related events.

To request Honor Guard support, please submit a request form here no later than 30 days prior to the event (funerals, see below). Requests are on a first come, first serve basis contingent that requirements are met by requester. We will do our very best to accommodate requests as mission requirements and current manning permits.

Honorary Commander Program

The 152nd Airlift Wing's Honorary Commander Program strives to create a lasting relationship between civic leaders and military members. This program is intended to encourage the flow of ideas and information and is an excellent opportunity to further enhance our understanding and appreciation of each other’s unique positions. As part of the program, our Honorary Commanders are invited to attend Air National Guard functions, learn about our mission and purpose and participate in wing functions.

If you are interested in participating in this program at the Nevada Air National Guard, please email us by clicking here and we will get a packet out to you.

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For Color Guard requests, we just need to the below information submitted to us to request and we will vet the request to ensure it is an appropriate event for us to support. Organization Name Event name Date and time of request Type of event request (colors presentation, posting, or parade) Location for presentation of colors POC name and contact information (phone and email)