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Synonyms for bugle

a brass instrument without valves

a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration

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play on a bugle

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Tanner, a historian who served in the British Army, traces the development and role of the British ArmyAEs fighting drummers and buglers from the origins of the army to the present, within the context of the development of command and control and the concept of signaling on the battlefield at the tactical level, as well as how tactics developed over the centuries.
They are hoping to arrange for some of the guys from RMA Glasgow to attend with standards and they are trying their best to get a Royal Marine bugler.
said Sergeant Bugler Lowe, who started playing the drums and bugle at the age of 11 in a local youth band, turning what was a hobby into what he describes as 'a fantastic career'.
Bugler James Williams, 31, from Worthing, was choked with emotion afterwards.
Not only is she an Emmy nominated make-up artist, along with coordinating buglers to play at all military funerals in the United States to date she has sounded TAPS at 2,225 services".
Fourteen Military Bands, Six Pipes and Drums Bands from regimental centres and eleven Pipes and Drums Bands from batallions, Buglers and Trumpeters from various Army Regiments will perform during the ceremony.
As many veterans and their families have taken advantage of the program, the need for buglers outstripped the military's supply.
Earlier this year, the Buglers Hall of Fame inducted the Sutherlin resident as a member, honoring Smith as the "first female bugler in the United States military," and only the second woman accepted into the group, which along with many military buglers also includes Louis Armstrong.
There will also be ten standard bearers, two RAF buglers will play the Last Post and the chaplain from Bramcote barracks will lead prayers at the end.
Sounding brass are buglers Roy Nicholson and his diminutive brother, Lawrence, 10, of the 7F (Dingle Vale School) Squadron, official band of the West Lancashire Wing, who were among 500 cadets at the ATC Inter-Wing Group Training Corps at Hawarden, on September 25, 1950.
Buglers regulated the time and duties in military camps and directed the action in battle.
At that moment, Major League Baseball games will pause, the National Memorial Day parade will halt, Amtrak trains will blow their whistles, and buglers in military cemeteries will play Taps.
OUR MEMORIAL- service included these buglers playing 'The Last Post'
THE 24 notes of the military bugle call "Taps will be echoed worldwide on May 19 by hundreds of volunteer buglers at cemeteries operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the National Park Service, state veterans' groups and, overseas, by the American Battle Monuments Commission.
But the coach, which belongs to Bristol-based firm Buglers, soon came a cropper in the large hedges overhanging the lane and became firmly wedged on both sides.