Definition of bugler
: a person who sounds a bugle
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Eric has held various offices within his troop including patrol leader, assistant patrol leader, troop guide, bugler and troop historian.
Aggies have Muster, when former students across the world gather every year on April 21st to read the names of Aggies lost that year, and once a month there are Silver Taps, when six buglers play for any fallen students.
Eric Houck's family stood together, embracing, on Sunday as a bugler blew taps.
For seven days through June 24, a lone bugler will play taps at sunset, about 8:45 p.m., on the deck of the National World War I Museum and Memorial.
The band’s fifers, drummers and buglers direct cadets in their various drills, duties and field activities, including marching on the plain outside Washington Hall.
For the second year, buglers from Hinsdale Central's marching band participated in the service at Bronswood.
The buglers offer their services for free at veterans’ funerals.
Roy Zanni is a former Marine Corps bugler who, in retirement from his civilian career, gets up many mornings and heads over to Miramar National Cemetery.
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