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WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Museum of Aviation has a new Interim Board Chairman.
Steve Davison was named to the position after Air Force Colonel Retiree Dan Penny resigned to take charge of the 21st
Story By: Jodi Ames
932nd Airlift Wing
DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, Ga. — When it comes to inspiring the next generation of aviators, former 22nd Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Stayce Harris knows that continual support and development of science,
The following is some history of the airfield and some of the childhood memories he had of growing up during the war with the arrival of the Americans and the B-17 Flying Fortress. Suffolk had seen nothing like it before!
By Thom Patterson, CNN
Updated 6:00 AM ET, Mon August 1, 2016
Warner Robins, Georgia (CNN)Once upon a time there was a “magic airplane” that protected the world from harm by flying faster than a speeding bullet and soaring
Blackbird Day Celebrates Fastest Men Alive
The readers of The Telegraph and Macon.com have voted the Museum of Aviation Education Center BEST SUMMER CAMP in Warner Robins and surrounding areas!
By: Christian Ferrante
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Three… two… one… blastoff! It was an exciting day for campers at the Museum of Aviation on Wednesday.
Older students built and shot their own rockets, flying high
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WARNER ROBINS — Museum of Aviation restoration specialists are putting back together an F-100D Super Sabre airplane that was flown by retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Rick Goddard in combat during the Vietnam War.
It’s easy for many in the United States to feel detached from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Unless you are a veteran, live near a military base, or have a relative, friend, coworker, or neighbor who served or is serving, then it’s possible that the wars have been little more than impersonal affairs on the other side of the planet that you saw or heard something about from time to time.
SOURCE: Raytheon News [Original Article]
The engineer who someday designs a “faster-than-light” engine for an intergalactic starship could be sitting in a middle school classroom in Georgia, folding and flying paper airplanes.
That’s exactly why Raytheon is sponsoring special educational