"Taps" concludes many military funerals conducted with honors at Arlington
National Cemetery and elsewhere in the United States.
Was the melody known as 'Taps' found in the pocket of a dying boy on a Civil War
battlefield? ... father asked permission of his superiors to give his son a full
military burial despite his enemy status. ... That's Not in My American History
May 30, 2011 ... "Taps" started out as a military signal for soldiers to turn out the lights and go to
bed. ... We're going to talk a bit about the history of "Taps." But ...
The history of Taps is somewhat clouded by myth and legend, but the importance
of this iconic bugle call cannot be argued. The twenty-four notes of Taps ...
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Jun 22, 2007 ... History Channel Origin of Taps recorded in 2001 includes a history of Taps ...
taps because the US Military now prefers to use a phoney bugle ...
Sep 8, 2016 ... More than likely, "Taps" comes from the the three drum taps that were played as a
signal for "Extinguish Lights" when a bugle was not used.
The "Taps" Military Bugle Tune Came From a Confederate Soldier Whose Body
was ... According a researcher at West Point, there is no historical evidence that ...
More about the true history of Taps can be found at: 24 Notes That Tap Deep
Emotions and at the official Military Funeral Honors History of Taps page.
There has been a false story behind Taps that has been floating around for many
... asked permission of his superiors to give his son a full military burial despite ...
Along with other history buffs, I have researched the real story and have tried to ...
Apr 15, 2016 ... The origins of “Taps,” the distinctive bugle melody played at U.S. military funerals
and memorials and as a lights-out signal to soldiers at...