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== External links ==
== External links ==
http://www.fmaalumni.org/bugle_calls.html Bugle Calls
*[http://www.fmaalumni.org/bugle_calls.html Bugle Calls and Marches]
*[http://www.usscouts.org/mb/bugle_calls.html Bugle Calls]
*[http://www.scoutbugle.com/MeritBadge.htm Bugling Merit Badge Assistance]
*[http://www.usmc.mil/band/m_bandcd.nsf/BugleCalls Bugle Calls by the United States Marine Corps Band]
*[http://bands.army.mil/music/bugle/default.asp Bugle Calls by the United States Army Band]
*[http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/bugle.htm Words for Bugle Calls]
*[http://home.hvc.rr.com/jmitchell1/ The G Bugle Web Page] - history of the bugle
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Merit badge requirements

1. Give a brief history of the bugle.
2. Do the following:
a. Explain and demonstrate how the bugle makes sound, and explain how the bugle is related to other brass wind instruments.
b. Compose a bugle call for your troop or patrol to signal a common group activity, such as assembling for mealtime or striking a campsite.
3. Sound the following bugle calls: "First Call," "Reveille," "Assembly," "Mess," "Drill," "Fatigue," "Officers," "Recall," "Church," "Swimming," "Fire," "Retreat," "To the Colors," "Call to Quarters," and "Taps."
4. Explain when each of the calls in requirement 3 is used.
5. Explain how to care for, clean, and maintain a bugle.
6. Serve as bugler in your troop for three months. *
  • NOTE: A bugle, trumpet, or cornet may be used to meet these requirements.

Source: 2007 Boy Scout Requirements (33215)


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