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Warner Robins, GA

Our beautiful city is home to Robins AFB, one of the largest Air Force Bases in the country. Our city also hosts the Southeastern Little League Headquearters with the Little League being the pride of our city. With it's location close to the east, our city provides convenient access to virtually anywhere in the state of Georgia.

Warner Robins, GA - Our International Community in the Heart of GA

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Warner Robins is located in the center of a prosperous region of central Georgia. The city has grown rapidly over the last few decades and most of this growth has been in the form of suburban expansion. It is physically organized along commercial corridors and infilled with single family neighborhoods. The city has outstanding local government and strong schools and is considered to be family friendly. Home to Robins AFB, the Museum of Aviation, and the Little League Headquarters, our fairly young city attracts visitors from all over the country.


Museum of Aviation
The Museum of Aviation is the second-largest aerospace museum of the United States Air Force. The museum is located just outside Warner Robins, Georgia, and near Robins Air Force Base. It has a total of five different buildings containing 93 different aircraft on 51 acres. The SR-71A Blackbird on display is the current record holder for flight airspeed.

Please visit the Museum of Aviation online.
Warner Robins American Little League
Warner Robins Little League won the 2007 Little League World Series 3-2 against Tokyo, Japan. On December 9, 2008 the Little League International Board of Directors voted for Warner Robins to become the new Southeast Region Headquarters of Little League Baseball and Softball. Games have been played in Warner Robins since 2010.
The Warner Robins American Little League girls softball team won the 2009 Little League Softball World Series, by defeating Crawford, Texas, making Warner Robins the only Little League to have won both a baseball and a softball Little League title.
The Warner Robins American Little League girls softball team defended their 2009 championship by defeating Burbank, California in the 2010 Little League Softball World Series. By doing so, Warner Robins became only the fourth Little League program to produce back-to-back championship teams and the first since Waco, Texas in 2003-2004. Please visit the Little League online.
Warner Robins Air Force Base - Robins AFB
Robins AFB is a major United States Air Force base located in Houston County, GA. The base is located just east of Warner Robins. Robins AFB is the largest industrial complex in Georgia. The base covers more than 6,934 acres, including Georgia's largest runway. The runway is 12,000 feet long by 300 feet wide with two 1,000 foot overruns.
Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, the host unit at Robins Air Force Base along with the 78th Air Base Wing and more than 60 other units contribute affordable combat superiority, readiness, and sustainability to the Air Force war fighting team. Robins AFB was originally an Army Air Corps repair facility called Wellston Air Depot at Robins Field. The base/city of Wellston were eventually renamed after Brigadier General Augustine Warner Robins, widely considered the "father of logistics".
Please visit the Robins AFB online.

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