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Warbird Park Hosts East Coast Greenway Event

Local bicycle enthusiasts are asked to join in the opening of the Myrtle Beach section of the East Coast Greenway Alliance.

Myrtle Beach is the first city to complete its portion of East Coast Greenway. The event happens Saturday, October 8, at 12 noon, with local bicylclist joining a group riding from Raleigh to Myrtle Beach as they enter the city. At around 1:30, as the bikers approach the newly completed greenway section, a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place. The ribbon cutting will take place in front of Ocean Woods Cemetery, which is located just south of Warbird Park on Hwy 17 Business. After the ribbon cutting ceremony, the riders will procede to Warbird Park for a meet and greet with light refreshments and music.

The East Coast Greenway (ECG) is a developing 3,000 mile trail system, linking many of the major cities of the Eastern Seaboard between Canada and Key West. Over 30 percent of the route is already on traffic-free greenways, creating safe, accessible routes for people of all ages and abilities. The ECG fosters healthy lifestyles, empowers sustainable transportation, and promotes tourism.

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Warbird Park Myrtle Beach

Warbird Park in Myrtle Beach South Carolina is home to several old fighter aircraft and is Dedicated to The Men And Women Of The United States Air Force.

Located off Highway 17 Business, in the Market Common section of Myrtle Beach, at the southern end of Ocean Boulevard, just inside the old "Myrtle Beach Air Force Base".

During it's long tenure in defense of our country, the mission of Myrtle Beach Air Force Base changed as the threats to our national security changed.

Entrance into Warbird Park is Free of charge. Shaded picnic tables are available.

Myrtle Beach Air Force Base was home to the 354th Tactical Fighter Wing.

Myrtle Beach AFB was deactivated in March 1993 and the land was subsequently turned over to the City of Myrtle Beach.


  • A-10, Warthog, Thunderbolt, Warbird Park

The A-10 was the workhorse for Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Praised by the ground troops during Operation Desert Storm, the A-10 provided valuable close air support.

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  • F-100, Super Sabre, Hun, Warbird Park

The F-100 was a supersonic jet fighter aircraft that served with the United States Air Force from 1954 to 1971. The F-100 flew extensively over South Vietnam as the Air Force's primary close air support jet.

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  • A-7, A-7D, Corsair II, Warbird Park

The A-7 entered service with the 354th Tactical Fighter Wing at Myrtle Beach AFB, South Carolina in 1970. The 354th Tactical Fighter Wing was equipped with four squadrons of A-7Ds by 1972.

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Warbird Park Wall Of Service

  • Wall of Service, Dedication, Warbird Park

The Warbird Park Wall of Service features the names of everyone, military and civilian, who honorably served at the base between 1941 and its closure in 1993.

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