Thursday, July 3, 2014
This July 4, Salute from the Shore will begin, as always, at 1 p.m. in Cherry Grove, South Carolina. Salute from the Shore is a military flyover on the Fourth of July that will stretch the entire length of South Carolina's coast.
Due to the large number of vintage military aircraft involved and their different flight speeds, they've decided to group them according to speed. This will give everyone on the beaches a longer experience. The slower planes will start first and will be visible over Cherry Grove immediately.
How Exactly to “Salute” From the Shore?
Coordinators get asked all the time, “How do I participate in the Salute from the Shore?”
Americans love the Fourth of July. Everyone loves the beach. The beauty of this event is that anyone on a South Carolina beach can feel the passion we all share for honoring our military on Independence Day. The challenge is in making sure our men and women in uniform around the world can feel it too.
How do we salute?
Wear and wave the red, white and blue!
Share your Salute online with organizers and with friends! You can send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can use the hashtag #salute5.