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Two-gun salute

Coast Guard crew onboard the cutter James Rankin salute as Fort McHenry Park Rangers, dressed as 1812 reenactors, fire a two gun salute after the setting of a red, white and blue bouy into the harbor to mark the spot where Francis Scott Key penned the poem that eventually became the National Anthem. The Coast Guard set the first marker in 1914 and every year since 1973.
Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun
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