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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH

Search Wright-Patterson Air Force Base apartments near this base that is the largest United States Air Force base in the country. Established in 1917, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is known as the birthplace of aerospace, and is home to the Air Force Research Laboratory, one of the leading institutions of aerospace research in the Air Force. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is also one of the largest employers in this area, with a workforce numbering just over 27,000 people. Whether you're a civilian or military member, you'll love living in Wright-Patterson Air Force Base apartments near this important military institution.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base apartments are just a few miles from the city of Dayton, the sixth largest city in the state of Ohio and the county seat of Montgomery County. Dayton is historically known as a hotbed of aviation, as it is home of the National Museum of the United States Air Force and is perhaps most notably known as "the Birthplace of Aviation," as the city is the home of Wilbur and Orville Wright, the brothers who pioneered the first successful flight.

All history aside, residents of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base apartments know how to have a good time in the city. Dayton's arts and culture scene is unparalleled, as it is home to a number of world-class arts institutions and organizations. For those who enjoy the performing arts, you'll love that downtown Dayton is home to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, which hosts the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Dayton Opera and the Dayton Ballet, all just minutes from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base apartments. Spend a day at the Dayton Art Institute and take in the impressive permanent collection featuring over 20,000 objects.

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