Singer Angie Johnson recently sang 'The Star Spangled Banner' for one of the most memorable shows of her career. The United States Air Force member performed the national anthem at the USO Tampa Army Ball Saturday night (June 15), in honor of the 238th birthday of the US Army.

The Missouri native was also on hand for the ceremonial creation of "The Grog," a blend of numerous kinds of alcohol to represent every war and conflict from the past 238 years. US Army Col. Jose Garcia presented Angie, who is a Tech Sergeant in the Air National Guard, with a plaque honoring her dedication to and support for the US military.

The songstress, who served one active duty term as an intelligence analyst, has been on multiple deployments providing entertainment for troops stationed overseas.

Angie's debut EP on Sony, 'Sing For You,' is available now. She has several concerts already scheduled, including an intimate show at Nashville's famed Bluebird Cafe on July 12. See all of her upcoming gigs here.