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March 30, 2013 1:31 AM

Once feared, redevelopment of Myrtle Beach Air Force Base has been resounding success

20 years after its closure, the 3,937-acre former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base has been transformed into a model for how closed military facilities can be revitalized to serve their communities.

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