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Convenient location is a prime reason many people choose our community. Being a close commute to Nashville, Chattanooga, and Huntsville AL gives us the advantages of city life, cultural events and museums, and NFL, and NHL games.
Located in the Southwest corner of Coffee County, approximately 75 miles southeast of Nashville, 75 miles northwest of Chattanooga, and 53 miles northeast of Huntsville AL, Tullahoma is convenient to Interstate 24. U.S. Hwy 41A, State Hwy 55, and State Hwy 130 pass through the city. Tullahoma is located on a plateau approximately 12 miles wide known as the Highland Rim which is located in the middle Tennessee region with a population that exceeds 17,500.
Surrounding communities certainly add to the charm of Tullahoma. Whether you are exploring Manchester's Old Stone Fort Park, visiting the historic Jack Daniel's Distillery in Lynchburg, sight seeing at Normandy Dam, picknicking at Rutledge Falls, visiting Tennessee's Backroads Heritage, fishing or boating on the beautiful Tims Ford Lake in Winchester, you will enjoy the charm each of these communities has to offer.
Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC), a United States Air Force installation, provides essential test facilities and services not only to our Air Force, but the Army, Navy, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). AEDC also provides their unique services to educational institutions, industry, and other Federal Agencies engaged in the development of aerospace technology. Approximately 3,400 military and civilian employees are employed by the facility.
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