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.
Baltimore is one of six cities selected to host a Navy Week in 2014.
The Blue Angels are coming back to Annapolis.
It’s the end of a four year chapter for 1,000 Naval Academy midshipmen. They’re now commissioned officers with a personal presidential sendoff.
A way too quiet sky over Annapolis. Jet engines should be screaming, but the sequester has grounded the Blue Angels annual appearance.
The U.S. Navy has canceled the remainder of the elite Blue Angels demonstration team’s 2013 season because of federal cuts.
Deep budget cuts in Washington are grounding the military’s Blue Angels and Thunderbirds.