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Great news! The Museum of Aviation won the 2018 Air Force Heritage Award for the F-100 “Super Sabre” exhibit! The Air Force Heritage Award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by Air Force History and Museums personnel that foster a better understanding
By Matt Ebarb, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia / Published November 30, 2017
Video from AFRC
“Citizen Airman/Dec. 2017 — An organization within Air Force Reserve Command headquarters at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia,
(From Left to Right) Mark Byrd, Brig Gen John Kubinec, Col Lyle Drew, Maj Gen (Ret) Bob McMahon
The Museum of Aviation Foundation held its 28th Annual Georgia Invitational Golf Tournament on September 21 and 22, at the Pine Oaks
The Museum of Aviation will host The Wellston Winds Star Spangled Concert this Sunday, July 2nd, at 3:00 p.m. in the Century of Flight Hangar! This is a Free Admission concert. For further questions, call 478-923-6600.
Remembering D-Day and Model Contest
The Museum of Aviation hosted Remembering D-Day by inviting the 101st Airborne Reenactment Group to come and share the story of D-Day—the turning point in Northwest Europe during WWII that led the allies to
F-100D Super Sabre Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The second largest Air Force museum in the country hosted a dedication ceremony for the F-100D Super Sabre, the first USAF fighter to fly faster than the speed of sound in level flight.
By Michael Warrick, 41-WMGT
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Museum of Aviation is inviting all golf players to come out for its annual Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott Memorial Golf Tournament.
Jenny Mass and Mary Lynn Harrison with the
By Kimberly Cassel Pritchett
Sun News Correspondent
Despite the abnormally warm temperatures for January, snow is expected in Middle Georgia with the arrival of the Museum of Aviation Foundation’s annual Winter Wonderfest on January 28 and January 29.
DECEMBER 17, 2016 3:49 PM
MARSHA PRIEST BUZZELL
The Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins remains a world class facility, preserving the history of U.S. air power and fundamental patriotic traditions and housing a leading-edge educational program.