This shows the perspective from flying in the 2014 “Salute From the Shore.” On July 4, the eighth annual flyover, with F-16 jets from 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, as well as older aircraft, will go along the Atlantic Ocean coast from the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier area of North Myrtle Beach at 1 p.m. July 1, heading southwest to Hilton Head Island within an hour. Everyone’s asked to line beaches, wave flags, and wear – and decorate in – red, white and blue. Details at 803-331-8881, salutefromtheshore.org, or email salute@salutefromtheshore.org.
This shows the perspective from flying in the 2014 “Salute From the Shore.” On July 4, the eighth annual flyover, with F-16 jets from 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, as well as older aircraft, will go along the Atlantic Ocean coast from the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier area of North Myrtle Beach at 1 p.m. July 1, heading southwest to Hilton Head Island within an hour. Everyone’s asked to line beaches, wave flags, and wear – and decorate in – red, white and blue. Details at 803-331-8881, salutefromtheshore.org, or email salute@salutefromtheshore.org. Dean Wingard Courtesy photo
This shows the perspective from flying in the 2014 “Salute From the Shore.” On July 4, the eighth annual flyover, with F-16 jets from 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, as well as older aircraft, will go along the Atlantic Ocean coast from the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier area of North Myrtle Beach at 1 p.m. July 1, heading southwest to Hilton Head Island within an hour. Everyone’s asked to line beaches, wave flags, and wear – and decorate in – red, white and blue. Details at 803-331-8881, salutefromtheshore.org, or email salute@salutefromtheshore.org. Dean Wingard Courtesy photo

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