Located in the central part of the state of Georgia and a city in Houston County, Warner Robins sits south of Macon. The city originated as a small railside village in Wellston which was then developed rapidly after the establishment of the Robins Air Force Base in 1941. Today, the city is the headquarters for the Air Force Reserve Command. It was Brigadier General Augustine Warner Robins whom the city was named after who was a pioneer of the US Army Air Corps.

Population 72,531  (45.70%)

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