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Warner Robins, Georgia is located in Houston County in the center of the state is accessible from Interstates I-75 and I-16.
The Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico are only 200 miles away, roughly three hours by car, from Warner Robins.
In 1941, the United States Air Force established a military depot in the small community originally known as Wellston, Georgia. The depot grew into Robins Air Force Base, built in 1941, and covers 6,400 acres. It is Georgia's largest single employer in central Georgia. In 1943, the community of Wellston was renamed Warner Robins. Both the Air Force Base and the City are named after Brigadier General Augustine Warner Robins.
Warner Robins is home to one of the top Air Museums in the country, the Museum of Aviation. This facility includes the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame as well as the Robert L. Scott Vistascope theater.
According to the 2000 Census, the population of the City of Warner Robins was 48,804 persons. In 2002 the population of Houston County was estimated at 116,768, up from 110,765 in 2000 and 89,208 in 1990.
The growth rate of Houston county between 1990 and 2000 was 24.2%, which was compatible to the state's growth rate of 28.4%.
Warner Robins Little League won the 2007 Little League World Series 3-2 against Tokyo, Japan.
In 1958, Claude Lewis invented the game of tee-ball. In 2006, a field was dedicated and named for Lewis, "The Father of Tee-Ball", at the Warner Robins American Little League complex.
Famous people from Warner Robins, Georgia include actress Victoria Principal, pro wrestler Ron Simmons, football player Willie Reid, baseball player Kal Daniels, and Miss Georgia 2006, Amanda Kozak.
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