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Expedition Park is home to defense companies that are located in St, Mary's County, Md., to be near Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park.  Staff Photo by Mark Gail

Expedition Park is home to defense companies that are located in St, Mary's County, Md., to be near Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park. Staff Photo by Mark Gail

The two lane Thomas Johnson bridge crosses the Patuxent River from Calvert County side to St. Mary's County.    Staff Photo by Mark Gail

The two lane Thomas Johnson bridge crosses the Patuxent River from Calvert County side to St. Mary's County. Staff Photo by Mark Gail

From left, James Webster, 5, Ethan Thorn, 5, and Chris Thorn  watch the air show at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md.  Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

From left, James Webster, 5, Ethan Thorn, 5, and Chris Thorn watch the air show at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Air show at Patusent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md., featuring the Blue Angels. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Air show at Patusent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md., featuring the Blue Angels. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Live crabs during the annual crab festival in Leonardtown, Md.  Staff Photo by Kevin Clark

Live crabs during the annual crab festival in Leonardtown, Md. Staff Photo by Kevin Clark

Mark Tayac sets the beat for an American Indian dance during a festival at historic St. Mary's City. Staff Photo by S. Wilkinson

Mark Tayac sets the beat for an American Indian dance during a festival at historic St. Mary's City. Staff Photo by S. Wilkinson

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