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  The 122nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office provides first class internal information, media relations, community relations and security and policy review. The main goals of the 122 FW/PA office are to provide trusted counsel to base leadership and keep the work force fully informed and engaged with complete and accurate informationwhile publicizing to the American public and elected officials the "Blacksnakes" mission, key Air Force messages and the accomplishments of our people.

honor guard requests

  Please send Honor Guard requests to:

SMSgt Eric Butler

eric.a.butler8.mil@mail.mil

260.478.3229

Flyover and static display requests

 

How do I request a Flyover or Static Display?

To have your patriotic holiday observance or aviation-related event, such as an air show, considered for fly-over or static display support, please follow these steps:

In order for us to consider your event, you must first gain Pentagon approval by going to the Air Force aerial events website. Follow the steps online to complete a DD Form 2535, Request for Aerial Support.

With your portion of the form completed and printed out, please fax your request to the appropriate FAA Flight Standards District Office for air space approval.

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Once you have your completed form with FAA approval, you are now ready to submit your request to the Pentagon for approval. Fax your completed form to (703) 693-9601.

Once you have received a SAF-PAN approval number, you may contact the 122nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs office to request support of your event. Please include all pertinent information including Name, event, location, date and time of event, and approval number.

Public Affairs will guide you through the remainder of the process. It is important to keep in mind that although you have received Pentagon approval, ultimate participation approval is determined by 122nd Fighter Wing leadership based on available resources, community relations impact, support in past years and other factors.

It is important to begin your request at least 60 days in advance of your scheduled event in order to allow enough time for all the coordination to be made. No requests submitted within 35 days of your event will be considered.

 

   

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media relations

 

Media Relations is one of the primary means for achieving the Public Affairs core competencies of Airman morale and readiness, public trust and support and global influence and deterrence.

Public Affairs works with the news media to provide interviews, coordinate visits and to respond to queries. We seek every opportunity to tell the 122nd Fighter Wing story by reaching the public through local, regional and national news media organizations.


122nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs

Call: 260.478.3314/ DSN 778.3314
Email: MSgt Bridgett J. Harper, Community Engagement Manager 

Bridgett.j.harper.mil@mail.mil