Museum of Aviation (Warner Robins)

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Museum of Aviation
Museum of Aviation - Robins AFB GA.jpg
2006 aerial photo of museum buildings and aircraft
Established 1981
Location Robins Air Force Base, Georgia
Type Aerospace
Owner United States Air Force
Website http://www.museumofaviation.org/

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 fewer than its previous 93 different aircraft on 51 acres (21 ha). 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.[1]

Aircraft on display

Bombers

Cargo aircraft

Fighters

Helicopters

Missiles and drones

Trainers

Special aircraft

Gallery

Bombers

Cargo aircraft

Fighters

P-51

F-111

Helicopters

Trainers

Special aircraft

SR-71

Other Air Force museums

See: National Museum of the United States Air Force and National Museum of the USAF #Other Air Force museums

References

  1. ^ A-12, YF-12A, & SR-71 Timeline of Events

External links

  • Museum of Aviation

Coordinates: 32°35′24″N 83°35′16″W / 32.59000°N 83.58778°W / 32.59000; -83.58778

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