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100th Army Band plays at Cincinnati Reds game on Flag Day Sgt. 1st Class Joel Quebec

Just outside the stadium of the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, the 100th Army Band entertains the fans as they stroll in on Flag Day, June 14 to watch the Cincinnati Reds play the Cleveland Indians. The band also played the National Anthem to begin the day and God Bless America during the seventh inning stretch. Pictured is sax player Sgt. 1st Class Ben Rademaker, piccolo player Sgt. 1st Class Sandra Baker, clarinet player Master Sgt. Sally Jewel and Pfc. Jonathan Lynch on the trombone.

CINCINNATI, OHIO - The 100th Army Band from Fort Knox, Ky., traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio, to perform on Flag Day, June 14.

As fans streamed into the Great American Ball Park, the band played just outside the stadium. Before the ceremonial first pitch and the umpire calling "play ball," they played the National Anthem.

During the seventh inning stretch, they played God Bless America much to the enjoyment of the approximately 30,000 spectators.


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This work, 100th Army Band plays at Cincinnati Reds game on Flag Day, by SFC Joel Quebec, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.14.2012

Date Posted:06.20.2012 09:43

Location:CINCINNATI, OH, USGlobe

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