This photo shows one of the murals that Diane Moscow-McKenzie noticed several years ago inside the flight training facility of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. This artwork depicts the nickname of the A-10 fighter jet, the Warthog, part of the air base’s inventory starting in the late 1970s – and the nickname of Palmetto Academy of Learning and Success charter school in Myrtle Beach.
This photo shows one of the murals that Diane Moscow-McKenzie noticed several years ago inside the flight training facility of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. This artwork depicts the nickname of the A-10 fighter jet, the Warthog, part of the air base’s inventory starting in the late 1970s – and the nickname of Palmetto Academy of Learning and Success charter school in Myrtle Beach. Courtesy photo
This photo shows one of the murals that Diane Moscow-McKenzie noticed several years ago inside the flight training facility of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. This artwork depicts the nickname of the A-10 fighter jet, the Warthog, part of the air base’s inventory starting in the late 1970s – and the nickname of Palmetto Academy of Learning and Success charter school in Myrtle Beach. Courtesy photo