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It will take over 100 dedicated Launch Crew volunteers to ensure the Inaugural Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler takes off without a hitch! Our Launch Crew volunteers make this possible by helping with pre-race set-up and packet pick-up for our participants. There are opportunities available for individuals and groups to help with shirt and packet pick-up, distributing merchandise, assisting runners at the Information Booth, and more!

Volunteer Benefits

  • Complimentary Launch Crew T-Shirt
  • Complimentary Refreshments for all Volunteers
  • Joining and creating an amazing volunteer community!

Volunteer Interest Form

It takes over 100 volunteers during race weekend to create the best event for our participants and spectators. That being said, there is a lot that goes on behind-the-scenes and we would love additional helping hands. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please fill out the form below or email us at

Volunteer Interest

Frequently Asked Questions

Just like a rocket launch needs a launch crew, our volunteers are the backbone of the Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler. Without our 100+ volunteers we would not be able to support our runners. Volunteers also motivate our runners along the way as they achieve a HUGE accomplishment!
Of course! We welcome help from all community members that are interested in supporting the Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler whether military or civilian.
Individual volunteers must be 16 years or older. Volunteers under the age of 16 must volunteer with a parent, guardian, or trusted adult.
Volunteer shift times vary for each opportunity but most require a commitment of 4 hours or less. We have shifts for both early-risers and for night owls.
All volunteers will receive a complimentary Launch Crew T-shirt to wear during their volunteer shift. Most volunteer opportunities will occur outside during race weekend and it is recommended to dress in layers with comfortable shoes. Our event will go on rain or shine so make sure you are prepared for changing weather conditions.

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