Guard Mount

Guard Mount refers to two things. The first is the actual forming (mounting) of a military security group called: the Guard. The second is the bugle call which was used to signal the formation of the group.

Read more about Guard Mount:  Military Formation, Bugle Call

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List Of Military Commanders - Modern Era - World War II and Later
... War(s) Battle(s) 1982 Hew Pike United Kingdom Falklands War Battle of Mount Longdon Michael Scott (British Army officer) Battle of Mount Tumbledown Nick Vaux Battle of Mount Harriet 1983 Hudson Austin Grenada Cold ... Operation Maslenica Serb Volunteer Guard Battle of Vukovar 1991–1995 Mile Mrkšić Republic of Serbian Krajina Bosnian War Operation Storm Croatian War of Independence Yugoslav People's Army Battle of Vukovar 1991 ... Civil War War in Somalia (2009–2012) Operation Linda Nchi War on Terror Ahmed Saleh Republican Guard (Yemen) Arab Spring 2011 Yemeni revolution Battle of Sana'a (2011) Ali Habib ...
Guard Mount - Bugle Call
... Guard Mount is a bugle call which sounds as a warning that the guard is about to be assembled for guard mount ...

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