Sheila Tindall, front, waves her American flag with others gathered Monday on Fripp Island as four Air Force F-16 Vipers fly overhead during the second annual Salute from the Shore. Videos taken of the fly-over along the South Carolina coast will be sent to troops overseas. Spectators saw the jets fly to the north of Hilton Head Island and then bank out to sea. The Salute organization posted a message on its Facebook page apologizing to beach-goers on southern Hilton Head who didn't see the planes.
Sheila Tindall, front, waves her American flag with others gathered Monday on Fripp Island as four Air Force F-16 Vipers fly overhead during the second annual Salute from the Shore. Videos taken of the fly-over along the South Carolina coast will be sent to troops overseas. Spectators saw the jets fly to the north of Hilton Head Island and then bank out to sea. The Salute organization posted a message on its Facebook page apologizing to beach-goers on southern Hilton Head who didn't see the planes. SARAH WELLIVER/The Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette
Sheila Tindall, front, waves her American flag with others gathered Monday on Fripp Island as four Air Force F-16 Vipers fly overhead during the second annual Salute from the Shore. Videos taken of the fly-over along the South Carolina coast will be sent to troops overseas. Spectators saw the jets fly to the north of Hilton Head Island and then bank out to sea. The Salute organization posted a message on its Facebook page apologizing to beach-goers on southern Hilton Head who didn't see the planes. SARAH WELLIVER/The Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette