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Volunteers Welcome at the Battleship Missouri Memorial

When the USS Missouri was in commission, there were 2,500 Sailors maintaining the ship. Today, there are less than 25 maintenance staff working on the ship. We are pleased and grateful that you are interested in volunteering your time and effort in order to help restore and preserve one of the world’s most famous battleships.

Launched in 1944, the “Mighty Mo” provided gunfire support for the invasion of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. On September 2, 1945, she served as a stage for the signing of the Instrument of Surrender in Tokyo Bay, bringing WWII to an end. This day in history is remembered as the start of a new era of friendship and cooperation in the Pacific. The USS Missouri also participated in the Korean War and the Persian Gulf war.

The Battleship Missouri Memorial is an American icon that stands watch over the USS Arizona in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Battleship Missouri welcomes visitors from around the world and is conveniently located less than three miles from the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and approximately eleven miles from Waikiki.

By volunteering, you make a difference and help to support the mission to preserve the Battleship Missouri and share her story and place in history.

Volunteers Department: (808) 455-1600 ext. 224 or ext. 249
Volunteer Director: Keven Williamson
Volunteer Coordinator: Kristan Dunston

Complete the Volunteer Interest Form and we will contact you within 3 business days

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