On 2 May, after starting with some preserved aircraft, we headed for Warner Robins. We had asked for a tour of Warner Robins, but that was declined. From outside the airfield one could see many dozens of C-5, C-17, C-130 and F-15s in or awaiting overhaul. We did visit the large museum just south of the base. In the afternoon, we had an appointment with Lockheed Martin to tour the C-130 production facility. At the moment there are lots of orders and production is running at its peak. C-130s of Canada, Qatar and the United States were noted in several stages of production. We were also shown the brand new production facility for F-35 mid fuselages. As icing on the cake we also got a glimpse of the F-22 Raptor final assembly line which runs next to the C-130 line. After the tour we were treated to lots of goodies, hats, coins, patches, etc. That was a very nice surprise. We always take a little gift from The Netherlands with us and that was very much appreciated. It was already late and, after a short visit to the museum at the gate, we had to go as we stayed in Pensacola that night, about a five-six hour drive. Along the way we also saw some areas struck by recent tornadoes. It was frightening to see what these large freaks of nature can do.