Whether known as 'Fighting Field Music' or 'Determined Warrior,' this Marine Corps bugler still lives on

Kelly, C. Brian
June 2001
Military History;Jun2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p90
Ponders on the two United States (U.S.) warships named after two brilliant soldiers, Arleigh Burke and Darrell Samuel Cole. Nicknames of the warships; Biographical information on Burke and Cole; Details on their war experiences and achievements.


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