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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29W8_dental-clinic_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
The Dental Clinic, building 334, was located on Phillis Boulevard. The building was constructed in 1956 and completely renovated in 1990. The clinic had an x-ray room and several examination rooms. Dental care was provided at the dental clinic …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29W7_chief-master-sergeant-of-the-air-force-gerald-r-murray_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
CMSAF Murray served at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base from 1986-1992. During this period, he served as the non-commissioned officer in charge of the 356th Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) Support Section, the 56th Aircraft Generation Squadron Mo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29W6_colonel-robert-g-emmens_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
In April 1942, Robert G. Emmens was one of Jimmy Doolittle's Tokyo Raiders as lieutenant and copilot in Crew No. 8. After dropping bombs on Tokyo, Emmens' B-25 made it to a field outside of Vladivostok, Soviet Union, and was held captive by …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29W5_mayors-of-surfside-beach_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
The Mayors of Surfside Beach are honored here. The Town of Surfside Beach hosted many of the military families assigned to Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The town was known for its hospitality and strong support of the Air Force Base and its people.…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UL_chief-master-sergeant-gary-j-moser_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
Chief Master Sergeant Gary Moser was raised in Raeford, North Carolina, and joined the United States Air Force in 1968. His early assignments included tours of duty in Thailand, Germany and North Carolina. Chief Master Sergeant Moser served tw…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UK_355th-tactical-fighter-squadron_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
(panel 1) Activated on November 15, 1942, at Hamilton Field, California, the first 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron pilots, nicknamed the "Pugnacious Pups," flew the P-39 Aircobra. After deploying to England in 1943, the squadron became …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UJ_355th-tactical-fighter-squadron-operations_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
The 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operations (Fighting Falcons) were located in the area now occupied by the Myrtle Beach Police Department Office and Training Facility. The squadron was activated in November 1942 at Hamilton Field, Californi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29SA_command-chief-master-sergeant-william-d-forbus_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
CCMSgt Bill Forbus, USAF (Retired) was stationed at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base from 1990-1992. Chief Forbus served as the Personnel Superintendent, 354th Combat Support Group, and later became Executive Officer to the Commander of the 354th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29S7_myrtle-beach-army-air-field-myrtle-beach-air-force-base_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
(side 1) Myrtle Beach Army Air Field Myrtle Beach Army Air Field operated here 1940-47 and grew out of city plans to expand the municipal airport from two grass landing strips to a more permanent facility. In 1940-41 the U.S. Army Air Corps tr…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29S0_nuclear-and-atomic-veterans-a-war-memorial_Myrtle-Beach-SC.html
In memory, honor and recognition of the Nuclear and Atomic Veterans. Those that risked their lives to the experimental testing of nuclear weapons and exposure to radiation. National Association of Atomic Veterans (NAAV) Donated by Kenne…
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