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 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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Articles about Veterans

  • 21 Steps at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

    As we celebrate 2021, we connect what 21 means at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. 21 symbolizes the highest military honor-the 21-gun salute. During the… The post 21 Steps at …

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  • God of Our Fathers

    “God of Our Fathers” is a 19th-century American hymn, written in 1876 for the 100th anniversary of the United States Declaration of Independence celebration in… The post God of Our …

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  • Lincoln At Gettysburg

    As November 19 marks the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, it is interesting to look at the days and weeks before the dedication ceremony and… The post Lincoln At Gettysburg …

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Articles about Taps

  • 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.

  • The Menace of Mechanical Music

    The Menace of Mechanical MusicJohn Philip Sousa Originally published in Appleton’s Magazine, Vol. 8 (1906), pp. 278-284. SWEEPING across the country with the speed of… The post The Menace of …

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  • WWI Memorial Taps

    HONORING THE DOUGHBOYSTAPS AT THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL Taps is sounded each day at 5 pm at the New National World War I… The post WWI Memorial Taps …

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