... this museum pioneered volunteerism in the USAF?
National Museum of the U.S. Air Force volunteers have been serving the museum for 46 years.
… volunteers are the lifeblood of the Air Force to museum visitors?
Museum volunteers hosted about 1 million on-site visitors in 2016.
The museum had about 3 million online visitors during the year.
… volunteers serve the museum 362 days a year?
566 active volunteers maintained the museum’s operation last year.
… volunteers contributed 112,716 hours of time in 2017?
This represents nearly a $2,720,964 asset and 54 person years of productivity.
… museum volunteers traveled many miles from many places to volunteer?
They arrived from Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Texas and West Virginia to serve the museum.
… 94 people entered as new volunteers last year?
They replace 32 who left as volunteers in 2017.
… museum volunteers represent every generation?
Our youngest volunteer is 18 years old and our oldest is 94 years young.
1% of volunteers represent the GI Generation, born 1901-1926.
40% of volunteers represent the Silent Generation, born 1927-1945.
48% of volunteers represent the Baby Boomers, born 1946-1964.
2% of volunteers represent Generation X, born 1965-1981.
9% of volunteers represent the Millennials, born 1982-1997.
81% are male and 19% are female.
… more volunteers are always needed?