Tate High Wind Ensemble Performs During NAS Pensacola Change Of Command

March 15, 2019

The Tate High School Wind Ensemble performed for a Change of Command ceremony Thursday at the National Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola.

Capt. Christopher Martin turned over command of the “Cradle of Naval Aviation” to Capt. Timothy Kinsella during the ceremony, after which Martin retired from the U.S. Navy with more than 31 years of service.
OSC Nero sings the national anthem accompanied by the Tate High School wind ensemble Thursday at the National Aviation Museum. Pictured below: Capt. Christopher Martin turns over command of NAS Pensacola to Capt. Timothy Kinsella. Courtesy photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Tate High Wind Ensemble Performs During NAS Pensacola Change Of Command”

  1. OSC Reginald Nero on March 19th, 2019 3:23 pm

    Tate High Wind Ensemble’s performance was nothing short of outstanding! They were both polite and professional and I found it a pleasure performing the National Anthem with them. Bravo Zulu, Tate High, for a job well done!

  2. Brandy on March 15th, 2019 7:29 am

    The Tate band was extraordinary! I work at NAS Pensacola and have a long history of playing the clarinet. These kids really, really impressed me. Way to go Tate!

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