We want to know what you hear To improve our understanding of how training affects the community, we have implemented a sound reporting system. The information you provide will enable us to monitor what sounds are being heard, where they are being heard, and the scale of impact on the community.
Through this reporting system, we will be able to match specific training areas, types of training, and weather occurrences to better understand how they factor in to what the community hears. While MCAGCC’s training mission must continue, if there is an opportunity to make adjustments to reduce the sounds, we’ll try to take advantage of it.
How to report what you hear To let us know what you hear, please call the G-5 at (760) 830-9222 or send an email to [email protected]
Please include the time and date of the sound occurrence, where you were when you heard the sound and the type of sound that you heard (artillery, aircraft, other sound).
Providing your personal information is not required. However, if you want us to follow up with you, we will need a contact number or email address.
Isn’t Edwards AFB near there? (Relatively). Could be some flyover sonic booms as well from traffic to and from Edwards.
I live near Joint Base Lewis McChord. The artillery firing range is probably 20 miles away but we can hear the thumps easily, especially when the bigger bores are being used. This is in a hilly forested urban setting. In your area of wide open high desert I suspect sounds travel much further.
Last edited by PimTac; 01/07/1801:20 PM.
2017 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring
Valvoline Advanced Synthetic 0w20 Mobil 1 M108A EP filter