Thunderbirds in flight

Maryland Fleet Week & Air Show Baltimore

Presented by Northrop Grumman October 3-9, 2018

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Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore celebrates the rich maritime traditions of the Chesapeake Bay and the contributions of Marylanders to the defense of the nation. The USAF Thunderbirds' jets and other aircraft will be on display on the Martin State Airport tarmac and in the skies over Fort McHenry and Middle Branch on October 6 & 7 while U.S., Canadian and British Navy vessels will be ready for boarding visitors to the Inner Harbor, Fells Point and Locust Point throughout the week and weekend. Enjoy Fleet Week Festival, a free, family-oriented festival throughout Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Catch the wind and join Historic Ships in Baltimore, Sail Baltimore, the City and State along with many partners for the Second Biennial Fleet Week!
 

Fleet Week Photos & Videos

Navy Warships visit Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Navy Warships visit Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Photo By: Visit Baltimore/OTD
USS Oak Hill in Baltimore's Harbor 2014
The USS Oak Hill arrives in Baltimore Harbor as crew members stand along the rails
Photo By: US Navy
Navy Warships at North Locust Point in Baltimore
Navy warships stand ready for visitors at North Locust Point in Baltimore
Photo By: Visit Baltimore
USAF Thunderbird Pilot Signs Photo
Thunderbird pilot signs photo
Photo By: USAF Thunderbirds
Delta Burst Maneuver
USAF Thunderbirds perform the Delta Burst
Photo By: USAF Thunderbirds
Inverted Pass Maneuver
USAF Thunderbirds flying Inverted
Photo By: USAF Thunderbirds
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USAF Thunderbirds performing the Inverted Pass
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Navy warships stand ready for visitors at North Locust Point in Baltimore
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U.S., Canadian, and British Navy vessels along with U.S. Coast Guard and others will arrive on Wednesday, October 3 and will be docked around the Inner Harbor,...

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