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Museum of Aviation (Warner Robins)

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. There are five different buildings containing fewer than its previous 93 different aircraft on 51 acres (21 ha). The museum is also the home of the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame.[1]

Museum of Aviation
Museum of Aviation - Robins AFB GA.jpg
2006 aerial photo of museum buildings and aircraft
Established1981
LocationRobins Air Force Base, Georgia
TypeAerospace
OwnerUnited States Air Force
Websitehttp://www.museumofaviation.org/

Contents

Aircraft on displayEdit

BombersEdit

Cargo aircraftEdit

FightersEdit

HelicoptersEdit

Missiles and dronesEdit

TrainersEdit

Special aircraftEdit

The SR-71A Blackbird on display is the current record holder for flight airspeed. Serial number 61-7958 set an absolute speed record of 1,905.81 knots (2,193.2 mph; 3,529.6 km/h) on July 28, 1976, which stands today.[2]

GalleryEdit

BombersEdit

Cargo aircraftEdit

FightersEdit

P-51Edit

F-111Edit

HelicoptersEdit

TrainersEdit

Special aircraftEdit

SR-71Edit

Other Air Force museumsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Head, William; Iobst, Richard W. (Summer 1992). "Preserving the History of Air Power Logistics in the Southeast: The First Decade of the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFВ, Georgia" (PDF). Air Force Journal of Logistics: 25–29.
  2. ^ A-12, YF-12A, & SR-71 Timeline of Events

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