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What’s that noise, Myrtle Beach? Here’s why airplanes are flying low today

Blue Angels flying to Myrtle Beach in 2018

The Blue Angels will be showing off along the Grand Strand at the Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show.
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The Blue Angels will be showing off along the Grand Strand at the Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show.

Don’t be alarmed if you hear and see planes flying low today, Myrtle Beach.

Military personnel are doing “touch and go” training, said Kirk Lovell with Horry County Air Service.

Lovell said it’s unknown how long training will last.

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