Title

Who Will Sound the Call to Service?

Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

7-2007

Department

Security Studies

Language

English

Publication Title

The Washington Post

Abstract

A soldier's day was once regulated by bugle calls, from morning reveille to chow call at noon to retreat at sunset and taps late at night. Thus the phrase "to answer the bugle call" has been used to describe citizens responding to a national threat. Those who rise to this call to defend their country are the young, and they sacrifice accordingly.

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McCausland, Jeff. "Who Will Sound the Call to Service?" The Washington Post, July 2, 2007.

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