Community Relations


Request for Military Support:

To request support from the Maryland National Guard for future community events, please fill out the appropriate community support request form linked below:

DD Form 2535 (PDF) Aerial

Requests for aviation support, which involves any aircraft (i.e. flyover, static display of aircraft, air show)

DD Form 2536 (PDF) Ground
Requests for ground support (i.e. vehicle static display, speaker, band, recruiting display)

Please submit the completed DD Form 2535 or DD Form 2536 a minimum of 90 days prior to the event to be considered for support.


Forms should be emailed here:

Please note that community support requests will not interfere with the current operations of the Maryland National Guard. Requests submitted within 30 days of the events are likely to be unsupported due to the short timeline to staff​. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and will be evaluated using DoD Directive 5410.19, Volume 1 Community Outreach Activities: Policy Overview and Evaluation Procedures​​Army Regulation 360-1, The Army Public Affairs Program​, Air Force Instruction 11-209, Aerial Event Policies and Procedures​, and Air Force Instruction 35-105, Community Relations.

For questions, please call the Joint Operations center: 667-296-4360

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