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Warner Robins, Georgia

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Warner Robins (typically ˈwɑːrnɜːr_ˈrɑːbənz ) is a city in Houston and Peach counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is currently the state's eleventh-largest incorporated city, with a population of 80,308 in the 2020 Census. The city is the main component of the Warner Robins Metropolitan Statistical Area, including the entirety of Houston, Peach, and Pulaski counties, which had a census population of 201,469 in 2020; it, in turn, is a component of a larger trade area, the Macon–Warner Robins–Fort Valley Combined Statistical Area, with an estimated 2018 population of 423,572. Robins Air Force Base, a major U.S. Air Force maintenance and logistics complex that was founded as the Warner Robins Air Depot in 1942, is located just east of the city limits; the base's expansion and the suburbanization of nearby Macon have led to the city's rapid growth in the post-World War II era. History Warner Robins was founded in 1942 when the small farming com
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