Articles about Buglers

  • The bugle that sounded the end of the WWI

    The bugle that sounded the end of the First World War By Kelly Whitson, November 8, 2013 Kelly Whitson, who works with our Division of… The post The bugle that …

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  • The Schmitt Music Mural

    It’s a five-story mural on the side of a building and has been a landmark for almost 50 years. The Schmitt Music mural is one… The post The Schmitt Music …

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  • Cyrus Tiffany Sailor Musician

    An African-American Sailor-Musician during the War of 1812Information culled from sources below Cyrus Tiffany symbolized the courage and resolve of early African-American Navy Sailor Musicians.… The post Cyrus Tiffany Sailor …

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Articles about Veterans

  • Taps For General Colin Powell

    TapsForVeterans.org is organizing a nationwide sounding of Taps to honor General Colin Powell, the former national security adviser, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of State, who passed away October 18 at the age of 84. Register with TapsForVeterans.org.

  • Taps 25th Anniversary Special Edition DVD released on September 12, 2006

    I was honored to take part in the 25th anniversary re-release in 2006 A re-release of the 1981 film with George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton,… The post Taps 25th Anniversary …

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  • The Taps Window

    The Taps Window There are two monuments in Virginia commemorating Taps. The first is the Taps Monument located at Berkeley Plantation in Charles City. The… The post The Taps Window …

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Articles about Taps