Over 100 Buglers Participate in 'A Bugle Call Remembered: Taps at the Funeral of President John F. Kennedy' : News Photo

Over 100 Buglers Participate in 'A Bugle Call Remembered: Taps at the Funeral of President John F. Kennedy'

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ARLINGTON, VA - NOVEMBER 16: David Michel from Ashburn, VA. (waiting for the group playing event at exactly noon) was one of the more than 100 buglers who participated in 'A Bugle Call Remembered: Taps at the Funeral of President John F. Kennedy,' at Arlington National Cemetery today.He's wearing a Civil War uniform from 1862 to honor the year that Taps was created.The buglers from over two dozen U.S. states converged to participate in the event to honor the 50th anniversary of the funeral for JFK. They met up as a group at the Old Amphitheater early in the day and played together before spreading out over various spots on the grounds at 12:00 noon so as to play taps in unison for all of the citizens buried there. (Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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ARLINGTON, VA - NOVEMBER 16: David Michel from Ashburn, VA. (waiting for the group playing event at exactly noon) was one of the more than 100 buglers who participated in 'A Bugle Call Remembered: Taps at the Funeral of President John F. Kennedy,' at Arlington National Cemetery today.He's wearing a Civil War uniform from 1862 to honor the year that Taps was created.The buglers from over two dozen U.S. states converged to participate in the event to honor the 50th anniversary of the funeral for JFK. They met up as a group at the Old Amphitheater early in the day and played together before spreading out over various spots on the grounds at 12:00 noon so as to play taps in unison for all of the citizens buried there. (Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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