Maca Help.

If you have a specific question, please see below in our frequently asked questions for an answer. If you can not find what you are looking for, please email us at faasafety@faa.gov and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.

GA PILOTS

Q: How do I navigate to a specific base?
A: Drag and zoom to the base location and click on the base icon.

Q: What does MACA stand for?
A: Mid Air Collision Avoidance

Q: Who is sponsoring the SeeAndAvoid.org portal?
A: Air National Guard Safety

Q: Where do I go to learn more about Google Maps?
A: http://www.google.com/maps

Q: Where do I go to learn more about and download Google Earth?
A: http://www.google.com/earth

Q: Where can I go to provide feedback on this portal?
A: Please send an email to faasafety@faa.gov. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated.

MILITARY SAFETY ADMINISTRATORS

Q: Where do I go on the site to build my own MACA website?
A: Create your own MACA site

Q: Is there someone I can contact with questions?
A: Yes, please email faasafety@faa.gov.

Q: How long will it take to get a Username and Password to build my MACA site once I send in a request?
A: One to two business days. If you don’t hear back in that time frame, please email faasafety@faa.gov.

Q: Do you share a common database with service-specific safety centers such as the Air Force Safety Center?
A: We do not yet have a direct link to the Air Force Safety Center, though we work with them on interservice coordination issues.

Q: Are you in competition with the other related independent sites or do you coordinate with them to share info?
A: We compete with no one. All data sources are welcome to participate. Our only goal is to eliminate midair collisions and reduce close calls.