Taps

Here you will find articles about Taps, the National Song of Remebrance in the United States of America. Click the link to read the article in full.

The Rollins Bugler Rollins College is a private liberal arts college in Winter Park, Florida. It was founded in 1885 and has about 30 undergraduate… The post The Rollins Bugler …

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Christmas During Times of War Every service person remembers his or her first Christmas away from home. So many times during our country’s many wars… The post Christmas During Times …

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On Christmas Day 2021 The Doughboy Foundation and Taps For Veterans will honor the 116,516 brave Americans who died in World War I by the sounding of Taps at… The post Christmas Taps 2021 …

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A special ceremony commemorating the Centennial of Taps at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier took place on Sunday November 7, 2021 at 10:00 am… The post TAPS IN HONORED …

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A WWII Veteran Sings Taps Jimmie Harmon Heft, aka Daddio, GI Jimmie, age 97, passed peacefully on October 18, 2021, in Topeka, Kansas.. Jimmie was… The post Jimmie Harmon Heft …

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