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We Need You: Join the Heritage Center Volunteers


John Markley, Travis Heritage Center restoration volunteer, displays the engine of a O-2 Super Skymaster June 17, 2014, at the Heritage Center.
The Travis Heritage Center has one of the largest collections of military aircraft on the West Coast.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Carranza)

Space Exhibit
Will need volunteers to continue to help with finishing up the painting and reassembly of the new lay out of the exhibit.

Summer Project Schedule
We are now preparing the summer project schedules. We continue to work inside and will need volunteers to help with exhibit arrangements and painting. The outside projects are starting to ramp up. We will need outdoor cleanup crews, along with restoration volunteers that can help with getting our planes in shape for open cockpit days. Please contact the office at (707) 424-5883, if you can assist.

Weekend Warriors
We need weekend warriors that can come in on Saturday morning for 2-4 hours and help with moving and organizing. We have had a significant decrease in our volunteer staff on the weekends and we are asking for help. Active Duty, CAP, Boys Scouts, and JROTC this is a great opportunity to help out and get in some volunteer hours. Please contact the office at (707) 424-5883, if you can assist.

Featured Exhibit for May 2016
Indoor Exhibits - The Library Archives

Library Archives
Library Archives

The Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum Foundation is proud to announce that the Travis Air Force Base Heritage Center library archives are available for research during regular Heritage Center hours. Please contact the library at (707) 424-8332 for more information.  More information...

Gift Shop News

Gift Shop
Gift Shop

We now have the following books in the gift shop signed by the authors available for sale:

  • Taong Labas novel by Ken Sayler
  • Calculated Risk Memoir by Jonna Doolittle Hoppes
  • Just Doing My Job by Jonna Doolittle Hoppes
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