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The U.S. Navy Blue Angels landed at Martin State Airport on Monday to announce their return to Baltimore for Star-Spangled Spectacular. Maryland's multi-year commemoration will culminate in September 2014 with Star-Spangled Spectacular, a free festival celebrating the 200th birthday of our national anthem. The plane was piloted by Lieutenant Ryan Chamberlain from Bloomington, IL and Lieutenant Commander Michael Cheng of San Franciso, CA.

( Kaitlin Newman, Baltimore Sun / December 9, 2013 )

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels landed at Martin State Airport on Monday to announce their return to Baltimore for Star-Spangled Spectacular. Maryland's multi-year commemoration will culminate in September 2014 with Star-Spangled Spectacular, a free festival celebrating the 200th birthday of our national anthem. The plane was piloted by Lieutenant Ryan Chamberlain from Bloomington, IL and Lieutenant Commander Michael Cheng of San Franciso, CA.

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