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Museum closed Wed 20 Sept and
Sunday, 24 Sept

Open Fri 9/22 and Sat 9/23    10am-4pm
No VCC pickups 9/22 & 9/23

Located on Travis Air Force Base
Gateway to the Pacific, Gateway to the World!
The mission of the Travis AFB Aviation Museum is to educate Airmen assigned to Travis AFB and 60th Air Mobility Wing (AMW)
in their development and understanding of the history of each, portraying the significance and importance of its worldwide strategic air mobility, humanitarian airlift efforts and nuclear deterrence through the use of static aircraft and informative exhibits.

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60th AMW
Support Travis Heritage Center

THC Volunteer Workforce

Volunteers from the Travis AFB Aviation Museum (above) working on the C-7A wash day and restoration project. The Heritage Center relies on the help of our valued volunteer workforce to keep our planes and exhibits in excellent display condition.
 

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- The literal translation of “Volunteer Air Force” is a group of people who join the military rather than being conscripted or drafted.  Loosely translated, the term means “there’s a job to do and you’re the Airman tasked to do it.”

At the Travis AFB Aviation Museum at Travis Air Force Base, California, volunteer force describes people who continue to serve the military, but without pay.

Travis AFB Aviation Museum Volunteers recently upgraded our exhibit of the Hollywood Musical, "Starlift". Warner Bros. produced the 1951 musical to support the troops involved in the Korean Conflict and to raise awareness regarding their service.


Directed by Roy Del Ruth. With Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Virginia Mayo, Gene Nelson.


Operation Starlift was set in place by the Air Force and the Hollywood studios to have Hollywood stars perform at Travis Air Base for G.I.s in transit to and from the Korean War.


Stop by and check out our Movie Theatre.

Operation Starlift
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Travis AFB

Aviation Museum Needs You...

               ...to volunteer at the Museum.

                         Volunteers make the Travis Aviation Museum work, and                         we are always in need of more volunteers. Volunteers    educate visitors, work on inside and outside aircraft displays and maintain the museum facilities. Retired, civilian, or active duty - we need people with all skills and abilities (we’ll even retrain pilots!).

 

To volunteer, fill out the form below and mail it in.

(remember, it will get you out of your spouse’s hair for a few hours)

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Hold your next event at the

Travis AFB Aviation Museum

Promotion party, retirement, Hail and farewell, reunion -

whatever your next event, hold it in the Travis Heritage Center

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To request an event date, download and completely fill out the the Event Form. Take the completed form to the Travis AFB Aviation Museum welcome desk.

    Travis AFB Aviation Museum

          461 Burgan Blvd, Bldg 80

Travis AFB, CA 94535

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