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Eagle Building, Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins, Georgia USA 32
Georgia, USA
The Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia attracts 700,000 visitors each year to its forty-three-acre site near Robins Air Force Base. It has a total of five different buildings containing 93 different aircraft on 51 acres and is the second largest aerospace museum of the United States Air Force. The pictured Eagle Building is three stories tall and is uniquely shaped like the United States Forces "Stars and Bars" insignia.
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