The Air Mobility Command Museum Foundation is a Private Non-Profit Organization IAW AFI 34-223 and IRS Regulation Section 501(c)3. It operates on Dover AFB with the consent of the 436th Airlift Wing Commander. Its operation is contingent on compliance with the requirements and conditions of all applicable Air Force Instructions and federal, state and local laws governing similar civilian activities.
The purpose of the Air Mobility Command Museum Foundation is to support the Air Mobility Command Museum (AMC Museum) in its mission as an aviation and aerospace, education, scientific, cultural, historical and inspirational facility for the general public and the Air Force community. The AMC Museum is part of the Air Force Heritage System and is an official Air Force entity.
The AMC Museum foundation will hold an election for the board on September 6, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. All members of the AMC Foundation may vote. The candidates are:
If you are interested in running, please contact Paul Gillis at 302-697-0266.
Article III, Officers and Governing Body
Section 5. Efforts should be made to include a diverse population of board members, with the goal of enhancing community support. As a minimum, potential board members must provide a resume to the Board at least forty-five (45) days prior for consideration for election.
Article II, Elections and Voting
Section 1. A nominating committee, appointed by the President, with approval of the Executive Committee shall nominate candidates at least forty-five (45) days prior to the annual meeting. The nominations shall be posted publicly on the AMC Museum website with the consent of the nominees at least ten days prior to the annual meeting. Nominations must meet the requirements of Article III Section 5.