Tullahoma is a city in Coffee and Franklin counties in the south-central part of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The population was 18,579 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city of the Tullahoma micropolitan area, which consists of Coffee, Franklin, and Moore counties and is the largest micropolitan area in Tennessee.
Tullahoma High School Alumni include former NFL QB Steve Matthews, former NFL LB Antonio London, Red Sox draft picks OF Tony Sheffield and 3B Sam Melton, 3rd Overall pick in the 2001 MLB draft Dewon Brazelton, former Giants minor leaguer Gary Phillips, former Mariners minor leaguer Marshall Nisbett, 2006 Dodgers 1st round draft pick Bryan Morris, actress Samantha Burton, star of The Sandlot 2, Don "Fast Hands" Felts, World jacks champion and Lawson Binns Jordan, "The Voice of Tullahoma", and current "Miss Tennessee" Chandler Lawson.
The Tullahoma Regional Airport operates on an airport originally constructed in 1942 for the U. S. Army Air Corps and features wide heavy duty runways, a large ramp, taxiways and large hangars. Over 100 aircraft are presently based at the airport, with additional capacity available. Over 2000 transient aircraft visit the airport annually. David Cardwell from Tullahoma also played professional baseball for the Giants organization.