If you are in Middle Georgia, you can begin by visiting both the MUSEUM OF AVIATION and the GEORGIA AVIATION HALL OF FAME in Warner Robins. At the Museum of Aviation, you can learn more about the Tuskegee Airmen and “jump” with the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment. You can salute the honor, bravery, and lasting impact of Georgia’s most revered aviators at the Hall of Fame. Your drive to the NATIONAL PRISONER OF WAR MUSEUM at Andersonville National Historic Site will take you through some beautiful Georgia country. The National Prisoner of War Museum is dedicated to all prisoners of war in America’s past, so that current and future generations will be inspired by their service and sacrifice. Going on to Columbus, you’ll be conveniently located in a beautifully revitalized city located next to the United States Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Moore, which also showcases the world-class NATIONAL INFANTRY MUSEUM, home of more than 200 years of United States Army Infantry history. Explore Company Street with the only fully-preserved set of series 700 buildings in existence. The barracks, mess hall, orderly room, supply room, chapel, and sleeping quarters and headquarters were used by Gen. George S. Patton prior to his deployment to North Africa.