Sen. Larry Walker Receives Chairman’s Award from Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

| Recently, Sen. Larry Walker (R – Perry) was awarded the 2021 Chairman’s Award from the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame (GAHF) for his support of their work to preserve Georgia’s rich aviation history and promote the state’s robust aviation industry. Located at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, the GAHF annually inducts Georgians into the Hall of Fame who have made significant contributions to aviation through their leadership, innovation, courage and service. The GAHF seeks to support and grow Georgia’s aviation economy by highlighting the contributions of Georgia’s aviation pioneers and educating Georgia’s youth on the wide range of attractive career opportunities in aviation.  

“The Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of Aviation are a real treasure for our state and a great compliment to Robins Air Force Base,” said Sen. Walker. “Attracting visitors from all over the world to Middle Georgia, educating our young people through their fantastic STEM programs, honoring our military heritage, showcasing our pride and support for Robins Air Force Base, and providing a unique venue for events ranging from change of command ceremonies to concerts to hosting world leaders, we are truly blessed to have this world class facility in our community. I appreciate the investment and generous support over the years from so many individuals and businesses that made the museum and Hall of Fame possible and keep it going, and I appreciate the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame for honoring me for the small role I’ve played to advance their mission. I will continue to advocate for and personally support this remarkable asset.”

The GAHF was founded in 1989 to promote, support and recognize aviation in the state of Georgia. For more information, please visit the link here: