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Former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base (BRAC 1991)

Redevelopment projects at the former Myrtle Beach AFB include the Market Common, an upscale urbane village offering shopping, dining and residences.

Redevelopment projects at the former Myrtle Beach AFB include the Market Common, an upscale urbane village offering shopping, dining and residences.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Total Acreage: 3,934 Acres
Closed: March 1993
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Local Redevelopment Authority

Myrtle Beach Air Base Redevelopment Authority
1089 Howard Parkway
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Horry County Department of Airports
1100 Jetport Rd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone: (843) 488-1580

Administrative Record
Administrative Record and Document Archive

Press / News Releases


  1. Community Relations Plan for the Eastern BRAC Bases [pdf/739kb]
  2. Former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base Community Relations Plan, Appendix J [pdf/741kb]

10/27/2010 - Former Myrtle Beach AFB and South Carolina Celebrate Base Transfer- The Air Force together with the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base Redevelopment Authority celebrate the final property transfer of former Myrtle Beach AFB and commemorate its over 50 years of Air Force service.

10/27/2010 - Air Force Transfers Former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base to Community - Final property transfer at former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.

10/1/2010 - Air Force transfers final property remaining at former Myrtle Beach AFB - Military ownership of former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base ended yesterday when the Air Force transferred the final 2.4 acres of the former base to Horry County. A formal ceremony commemorating the transfer is scheduled for October 27, 2010 at the Base Recreation Center.
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