Charge (bugle call)

Charge (bugle call)
An example of a Charge.
An example of a Charge.

Charge is a bugle call which signals to execute a charge, or to gallop forward into harm's way with deadly intent. A simple unmistakable call, it was even recognizable by experienced horses.

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