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Coast Guard Auxiliarist Serves as Bugler for Honor Guard

It’s just 24 notes; not a full composition or even a song. It’s merely a bugle call. But this bugle call does more than move mountains; it moves souls. This 24-note bugle call, known as taps, is part of military funeral honors for those who have faithfully defended our country in war and peace. In this ceremonial paying of respects, perhaps no one else in the Coast Guard best understands taps’ power than Auxiliarist Paul Deafenbaugh, the bugler for the U. S. Coast Guard Ceremonial Honor Guard. Deafenbaugh more


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