Military music
Martial music or military music is a specific genre of music intended for use in military settings. Much of the military music has been composed to announce military events as with bugle calls and fan...
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Military sports
The military sports are sport mainly practiced by the military, the subject of international competitions, with an objective relates to the physical training of military, preparation for combat, skill...
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Beating Retreat
Beating Retreat is a military ceremony dating to 16th century England and was first used to recall nearby patrolling units to their castle.
Originally it was known as watch setting and was initiat...
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French leave
French leave is "leave of absence without permission or without announcing one's departure", including leaving a party without bidding farewell to the host. The intent behind this behaviour is to leav...
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Service number (United States Marine Corps)
United States Marine Corps service numbers were created in 1920, the same year as Navy service numbers, and were modeled after the same design.
The first one hundred Marine Corps officer service n...
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Recall (bugle call)
Recall is a bugle call used to signal to soldiers that duties or drills are to cease, or to indicate that a period of relaxation should end. Outside of a military context, it is used to signal when a ...
Challenge Coin Association
Challenge Coin Association (CCA) is an exonumia organization of over 700 challenge coin collectors from all over the world. CCA was founded February 5, 2006 by Jesse L. Medford in Raynham, Massachuse...
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Induction cut
An induction cut is the shortest possible hairstyle without shaving the head with a razor. The style is so named as it is traditionally the first haircut given to new male recruits during initial ent...
Royal Engineers A.F.C.
The Royal Engineers Association Football Club is an association football team representing the Corps of Royal Engineers, the "Sappers", of the British Army. In the 1870s it was one of the strongest si...
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Aeronautical pentathlon
Aeronautical pentathlon is a sporting event at some multi-sport events, such as the Military World Games. Despite the name, the sport has 6 events: shooting, fencing, orienteering, basketball skills, ...
Stick Orderly
A Stick Orderly is a junior-ranking soldier assigned to accomplish minor tasks for the highest-ranking officer stationed at the location. They are generally assigned to conveying messages, carrying ou...
Guard of honour
A guard of honour is a ceremonial event practiced in the military and sports throughout the Commonwealth of Nations as a mark of respect.
In the military in countries of the Commonwealth of Nation...
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Guard Mounting
Guard Mounting, or Changing the Guard, refers to a formal ceremony in which sentries providing ceremonial guard duties at important institutions are relieved by a new batch of sentries. The ceremonies...
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Dining in
Dining in is a formal military ceremony for members of a company or other unit, which includes a dinner, drinking, and other events to foster camaraderie and esprit de corps.The United States Army, th...
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R&R (military)
R (named ar /ɑr/ or /ɔr/) is the 18th letter of the ISO basic Latin alphabet.
The original Semitic letter may have been inspired by an Egyptian hieroglyph for tp, "head". It was used for /r/ by S...
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Service number (United States Air Force)
United States Air Force service numbers were created in the spring of 1948, approximately six months after the Air Force's creation as separate branch of the armed forces.
The first regulation of ...
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Epaulette
Epaulette (/ˈɛpəlɛt/; also spelled epaulet) is a type of ornamental shoulder piece or decoration used as insignia of rank by armed forces and other organizations. In several European armies epaulettes...
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Military brat (U.S. subculture)
"Military brat" and various "brat" derivatives describe the child of a parent (or parents) serving full-time in the United States Armed Forces, and can also refer to the unique subculture and lifestyl...
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Taps
"Taps" is a musical piece played at dusk, and funerals, particularly by the U.S. military. It is performed during flag ceremonies and funerals, generally on bugle or trumpet, and often at Boy Scout, G...
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Echo Taps
Echo Taps Was a tradition at American military schools, such as Norwich University, The Citadel, NMMI, Virginia Tech, or Texas A&M University, and is played when a member or former member of a sch...
Military Music Museum of Finland
The Military Music Museum was established in a building, that belonged to a local garrison, and was built in 1914. The red-brick building was used as storage for bicycles in 1993 and it was repaired f...
Roof stomp
A roof stomp is a tradition in the United States Air Force where servicemembers mount the roof of the home of a colonel or higher-ranking officer and stomp on the roof. The event is typically planned,...
Marching
Marching refers to the organized, uniformed, steady and rhythmic walking forward, usually associated with military troops.Marching is often performed to march music, and often associated with military...
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The Rouse
"The Rouse" is a bugle call most often associated with the military in Commonwealth countries. It is commonly played following "Last Post" at military services, and is often mistakenly referred to as...
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True Scotsman
True Scotsman is a humorous term used in Scotland for a man wearing a kilt without undergarments. Though the tradition originated in the military, it has entered Scottish lore as a rite, an expression...
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Feu de joie
A feu de joie (French: "fire of joy") is a celebratory rifle salute, described as a "running fire of guns." As soldiers fire into the air sequentially in rapid succession, the cascade of blank rounds...
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