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 and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.


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 portal?
A: Air National Guard Safety

Q: Where do I go to learn more about Google Maps?

Q: Where do I go to learn more about and download Google Earth?

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


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

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

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.