Through positive Community Relations efforts, the Massachusetts National Guard can educate the citizens of Massachusetts about the role of the National Guard and foster a better understanding of our mission.
While the Massachusetts National Guard has a permanent presence in more than 40 communities throughout the commonwealth, we strive to support and participate in events all across the state that benefit the citizens of the commonwealth and give them insight into their National Guard. Among the different types of support the Massachusetts National Guard can provide are: color guards; static displays; flyovers; and support to parades, dedications, fairs and others events.
REQUEST FOR NON-AVIATION SUPPORT:
To request non-aviation support, open and fill out the DD form 2536 (located to the right) and E-mail, FAX or mail using the contact information below. If you would like you can include a cover letter on organizational letterhead.
REQUEST FOR AVIATION SUPPORT:
To request aviation support, open and fill out the DD form 2535 (located to the right) and E-mail, FAX or mail using the contact information below. If you would like you can include a cover letter on organizational letterhead.
You can fax, mail or scan and e-mail the request to Master Sgt. William Armstrog at:
Massachusetts National Guard
Military Support Office
MSG William Armstrong
J5-Senior Operations NCO, Domestic Operations
ATTN: J5-DOMS, MSG William Armstrong
2 Randolph Street
Hanscom AFB, MA 01731-3001
The Massachusetts National Guard will only provide support to events that are:
- Of interest to, or for the benefit of, the community as a whole
- Accessible to all without regard to gender, race, creed, color or national origin
The Massachusetts National Guard will NOT support events that:
- Promote an organization's private or political objectives
- Charge an admission fee specifically for the observation of Guard participation
- Exclude people from participation because of gender, race, creed, color or national origin
- Benefit or favor a commercial venture or political party
- Seek to use Guard members as escorts, ushers, guards, parking lot attendants or messengers
When supporting events, the Massachusetts National Guard cannot appear to endorse any person, corporation (profit or nonprofit), religion, ideological movement, fraternal organization, political party or commercial venture. The services provided by the Guard also cannot compete with the civilian labor force.