Maryland native and the first female pilot to ever fly with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will be performing for hometown fans at the Ocean City Air Show in June.
The Navy’s elite Blue Angels flight demonstration team will perform over Baltimore in 2016.
The national eye is on Baltimore this week, there’s no doubt about it. Tall ships, air shows and lots of tourists have flooded the harbor.
Arguably one of the most visible parts of this star-spangled weekend is the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. They’ve been roaring through downtown Baltimore, rehearsing for days.
If you’re looking to head over to Star-Spangled Spectacular this weekend at the Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry — you may need to know some basic information to make sure your visit is as smooth as possible.
Add screaming jets to bombs bursting in air. The Navy’s Blue Angels roared over Baltimore on Thursday, readying for their part in this week’s Star Spangled Spectacular.
Commissioning Week may focus on those graduating from the Naval Academy, but for Annapolis businesses, the focus is on the bottom line.
The Blue Angels are in Annapolis this week to celebrate Commencement Week at the Naval Academy.
Graduates will often visit their old school but few fly over it at hundreds of miles per hour.
The Blue Angels are returning to Annapolis after three years away and will perform for the U.S. Naval Academy’s commissioning week.
The Blue Angels are coming back to Baltimore. They’ll fly over us in September during a special event continuing Maryland’s three year commemoration of the War of 1812.
The Navy’s daredevil Blue Angels and the Air Force’s Thunderbirds will be back at air shows across the country through the coming year. But continued budget cuts mean the military won’t participate in some 1,000 other community events.