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  • WW1 Bugler - DSC

    Well, not WBTS - but still a bugler! 98 years ago - - - WILLIAMS, RAY Bugler, U.S. Army Company A, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, A.E.F. Date of

    callaham@bellsouth.net 2 days ago
  • Authorized Provider Partnership Program (AP3) for Military Funeral H

    Authorized Provider Partnership Program (AP3) AP3 allows members of veterans' and other organizations to participate with the Armed Forces in providing

    philanattrpt 4 days ago
  • Re: Lost Out to...a Bagpiper...on Taps!

    Amen, I grew up with a band starting in 4th Grade, Free for those who couldn't afford an Instrument, the City provided them. Not any more unfortunately. Rich

    hornist65 6 days ago
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A forum for the discussion of the military bugle, its worldwide history from ca. 1770 to the present day, its construction, music, lore, use, iconography and place in society.

For the time being, major emphasis will be placed on the bugle in American Civil War/Indian Wars. But as more subscribers from various backgrounds become active, we expect to expand the scope of discussion to include more British, French and German bugle history and lore.

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  • Feb 17, 1999
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