It’s often difficult to peer into the future, but Mount Pleasant town officials should focus on what Patriots Point will look like in 50 years rather than the singular design of the National Medal of Honor Museum.
Patriots Point is on the verge of a major growth spurt, and what it will look like in the future won’t depend so much on the design of the museum as it will on what grows up around it. But make no mistake: The museum would be the nucleus of a new, larger wave of development, including a planned 60-acre resort complex and conference center.
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Medal of Honor Recipient Luther Story’s Remains Identified After 73 Years
Luther Herschel Story Rank: Private First Class (posthumous promotion to corporal) Organization: US Army Conflict: Korean War Unit: A Company, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division Date of Action: September 1, 1950,