U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer-4 Tom Banner, left, leads his 282nd Army Band from Fort Jackson in the playing of the playing of the national anthem while Cpl. Dana Reminsky of the Parris Island Marine Corps Band sings Francis Scott Key’s Star Spangled Banner to begin the inaugural Combined Arms Concert on Saturday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Officials with the Parris Island Marine Corps Band said they hope it could become an annual event. If Saturday’s standing-room-only crowd was any indication, they may get their wish. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
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