Bugle calls at Camp Ripley
A soldier lies in his rack sound asleep following a hard day of training.
Like clockwork, the bugle sounds in the early a.m. playing a vigorous reveille. He springs from his bed, goes into his morning routine and preps for the events of the day.
Bugle calls date back more than 2,000 years, but didn’t establish their strong presence in military life until the early 19th century.
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