F-16 flyover to mark 4th of July along the coast (with video)

Image by Still image by Flickr user mikerollinger Video from the 2010 installment that flew C-17s.

The 2nd Annual Salute from the Shore is coming to make a nice addition to the 4th of July calendar

Air Force F-16 “Vipers” flown by 77th Fighter Squadron “The Gamblers” of the 20th Fighter Wing from Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter will execute a low altitude flyover of the South Carolina coast as participants "Salute from the Shore", wearing and waving the red, white, and blue.

They are asking people to get as creative as they can so that their salute can be seen from the air.

A helicopter will video the crowd in certain areas.

The flyover will start at the North Carolina border at 1 p.m. It will fly south, covering every beach in South Carolina, and end at 1:20 p.m. at the Georgia border.

For more info, check out the initiative's website or the Facebook page.