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Historical markers recognizing the Myrtle Beach Army Air Field and Myrtle Beach Air Force Base are in place on Farrow Parkway at the former front and back gates to the base. 

Myrtle Beach Air Force Base Wall of Service at Warbird Park

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Corner Icon  The Myrtle Beach Army Air Field operated here from 1940-47 and grew out of the city's plans to expand its municipal airport.  Observation and fighter squadrons trained here in World War II.  In 1947, the Army deactivated the field, but in 1954, the city again donated its airport to the United States government.  The Myrtle Beach Air Force Base  operated until 1993 and was home to the 354th Fighter Day Wing/Tactical Fighter Wing.  Myrtle Beach Air Force Base deployed squadrons to Europe, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, with major service in Germany, Cuba, Lebanon, Vietnam and the Persian Gulf.

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Wall of Service at Warbird Park


For the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base


Everyone who served honorably at the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, whether military or civilian, is eligible to be recognized with an engraved granite nameplate on the Wall of Service at Warbird Park on Farrow Parkway.  A list of names (as of August 2017) is available, although recent additions may not have been installed yet. 

If you, a family member or a loved one served on the former base between 1941 and 1993, you may purchase a nameplate for a $20 donation.  The engraved nameplates will be two inches tall by seven inches wide, in black granite.  Text is limited to grade, name and years of service. 

You may complete this information on-line, including a payment by credit card.  Or, you may print and complete the application form (PDF) and mail it with your payment to:

Planning Department

City of Myrtle Beach

P. O. Box 2468

Myrtle Beach, SC  29578

Or, you may bring your completed application form and payment to the Myrtle Beach City Hall, 937 Broadway Street.  Questions?  Contact the Planning Department at 918-1050 or Cultural and Leisure Services at 918-1191.

For more photos of the Wall of Service, see our Photos of the Week from July 25, 2014. 

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