Robins Air Force Base will finish off its 70th birthday celebration with a big bash Saturday night.
It's also a party to mark the 64th birthday of the United States Air Force.
The celebration at the Museum of Aviation starts at 6 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are sold out.
Jerry Chalker could almost tell you Robins' entire history. He started working there in 1959. That's 52 years ago.
At 71 years old, Chalker will end his career as computer programmer next month.
He says he's proud of his work and what Robins has become since he came on board.
Chalker said, "It's such a part of the community here, that we have gone through BRACs, but the community has been so supportive of the base and rightfully so, because it's such a big part of the reason the town has grown so."
Organizer Jackie Trotter says the event is actually oversold, with about 540 guests attending.
The key note speaker is Sen. Saxby Chambliss.