The Navy’s Blue Angels and the Air Force’s Thunderbirds will fly over Baltimore and Washington DC on Saturday, May 2 to honor healthcare personnel and essential workers who have put their lives on the frontlines of the pandemic. The flights are part of an initiative titled America Strong, "a series of flyovers across the nation as a “collaborative salute” to those continuing to serve and combating COVID-19," as phrased by Military Times.
Mike Ricci, Communications Director for Governor Larry Hogan, shared maps of the Blue Angels & Thunderbirds expected flight paths. They will start at Fort McHenry at approx. 11:30AM and then flyover downtown Baltimore, Towson and Essex before landing at BWI around 11:45AM. The DC flight will start at 11:45AM at PG County Hospital and then loop around Silver Spring and Bethesda, fly over DC and Arlington and then soar down past Manassas before returning to DC.