Community Relations Information

Our active community relations program enables commanders to enhance Airman morale and readiness as well as public trust and support.

Air Force professionals involved in the communities where they live become front-line ambassadors for the Air Force. Through active programs, the Air Force demonstrates it is a community partner and a responsible steward of resources.

Honorary Commander Information

If you are a squadron commander, equivalent or above and are new to Holloman Air Force Base, please contact our office with a request for an honorary commander. If you are an outgoing commander, please inform public affairs so your honorary may be reassigned.

Team Holloman is proud to link our local community partners with our base commanders.

To find out more about Holloman AFB's honorary commanders, please contact the community relations division at (575) 572-1831.

Local Airspace Information

Noise Complaint Information

If you would like to submit a noise complaint, please gather the following information before you call.

- Your name.

- Your address.

- Your city.

- Your state.

- Your zip code.

- Your home/work telephone number.

- Type of complaint. (low level, sonic boom, etc.)

- Date and time of incident.

- Number of aircraft involved.

- Description of aircraft.

- Heading.

- Altitude.

- Location. (coordinates if available)

- Was there any property damage?

Once completed, you may email us at, clicking on Contact Us or give us a call at 572-1831 to submit your noise complaint to our Community Relations department.


Holloman Public Affairs does NOT act as an operator service or base locator.

They do not have the capability to redirect incoming calls to other offices.

For telephone information or phone numbers, please call the Base Operator at 575-572-1110 or click HERE for a full list of numbers.

Request a Tour

Please click HERE to request a tour and view related information.


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