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    • Hurricane Aftermath

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • This undated photo shows just how destructive a hurricane can be on the houses in the Murrells Inlet area. The photographer, Monty Watson, was stationed in Murrells Inlet from 1944-1945.
    • Along for the Ride

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • Two men appear to be enjoying the sun as their boat carries them from Charleston to Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. The men were part of the Crash Boat Crew, stationed in Murrells Inlet.
    • US Army P-134

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • A US Army P-134 moves through the water. The location is most likely in the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area. The men on board are unidentified. The boat was used by the crew of the Murrells Inlet Crash Boat station, an extension of the Myrtle...
    • Monty Watson in Boat

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • Monty Watson pilots an unidentified boat. Watson served with the Murrells Inlet Crash Boat crew, which was an extension of the Myrtle Beach Air Base. Watson and 50 other men were on duty to rescue planes and their pilots that crashed on the...
    • US Army P-134

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • A US Army P-134 moves through the water. The location is most likely in the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area. The men on board are unidentified. The boat was used by the crew of the Murrells Inlet Crash Boat station, an extension of the Myrtle...
    • US Army P-134

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • A US Army P-134 moves through the water. The location is most likely in the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area. The boat was used by the crew of the Murrells Inlet Crash Boat station, an extension of the Myrtle Beach Air Base.
    • Indian Motorcycle

    • World War II; South Carolina; Murrells Inlet; Motorcycles
    • This 1937 Indian motorcycle was first used by the New York City Police Department. Monty Watson, who was stationed in Murrells Inlet with the Crash Boat Unit, purchased the bike while home on leave. The photo was taken by the Luther Smith Railway...

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