Pacific Aviation Museum Calls for Volunteers… Hangar 79 Open to General Public

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Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor which recently opened its second WWII hangar for visitors to explore has issued a call for volunteers to help the growing destination in its expansion. The Museum, recently rated “one of the Top 10 Aviation Attractions” nationally by TripAdvisor, has several areas for nonpaid volunteers interested in history and aviation.

In front of the P-40 in Hangar 79, Pacific Aviation Museum Mechanics Arnold Kanehiro, Randy Lum, and Mel Chow. With Carey Tagawa, 2nd from right

Docents and greeters are needed, along with restoration crewmembers who can work on aircraft alongside experienced mechanics. Flight simulator air bosses who teach guests how to fly virtually are also requested. With many additional volunteer opportunities in Museum operations, administration, education, and special events, there is something for everyone. No experience is necessary and the Museum provides volunteers with the education and skills needed.

Volunteers receive many benefits: They work hands-on with aircraft, meet and talk story with veterans and experienced pilots and mechanics, receive free admission to the Museum and to the other Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, receive discounts at the Museum gift shop, free admission to all Hangar Talks and lectures, an annual “Volunteer Appreciation” party, and more.

Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Loretta Fung for more information and a volunteer application at 808-441-1008 or Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age or partnered with a parent. The Museum will provide documentation for service hours.

Pacific Aviation Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which depends on its volunteers, members, and support from donations. 808/441-1000;

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