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Graduates were seated six feet apart from each other during the ceremony in accordance with social distancing measures, due to the novel coronavirus.
The restrictions did not dampen spirits, however, as the midshipmen threw their covers into the air at the exact same moment the planes passed overhead.
This isn't the first sky-high salute the Blue Angels have handed out recently. The squadron teamed up with Air Force pilots last month to salute first responders and essential workers, who were continuing to perform their duties despite the dangers of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Air Force Thunderbirds and the Navy's Blue Angels carried out formation flights over New York City, Newark, N.J.; Trenton, N.J., and Philadelphia.
The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds also flew over Washington, D.C. earlier this month, to honor healthcare workers near Sibley Memorial Hospital, Fox 5 reported. They then flew over Atlanta after covering the D.C. area
Both flight teams from last month were flying in formation between 1,000 to 1,600 feet.
Fox News' Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report