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July 4, 2014 6:50 PM

Crowds turn out along Myrtle Beach-area coastline to celebrate Fourth with military flyover

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH As Lt. Col. Mary Louise Resch of the S.C. State Guard hoisted the American flag at Friday’s Salute from Shore, she couldn’t help but think of the young military couple she met earlier in the day who made it back from deployment to enjoy the Fourth of July festivities on American soil.

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