The United States of America is a nation founded by volunteers. For 239 years, men and women have given their all to defend liberty, both at home and abroad. The National Infantry Museum’s mission is to honor the brave Infantrymen who have dedicated their lives to our defense; now you can join us in our mission!

Volunteer leads tour on World War II Company Street

As a volunteer, you are an integral part of the museum’s daily operation, from greeting guests at the door, explaining gallery artifacts, to leading tours of World War II Company Street. Our volunteers come from many walks of life: veterans, educators, students, military spouses and children, as well as civilians with no military ties but want to be a part of this national treasure’s success.

If you would like to donate your time and talents to the National Infantry Museum’s volunteer corps, please fill out the form below and a museum representative will contact you. If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Volunteer and Education Services, Mrs. Lora Davis Warren at 706-685-5810.