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Official State of Texas 1836 Reenactment Group
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(From The Park) Update on Texas Heroes Day: Due to the forecast of inclement weather this weekend we are making a change to our plans for Texas Heroes Day (Sept. 15th). Our Saturday morning program will be moved from the park to the Historic Casino Hall…
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Sept. 13, 2018 Bad news folks: Due to weather concerns, the musket/cannon salute portion of Texas Heroes Day at Monument Hill in La Grange scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15 has been cancelled. Note that there are in-door ceremonies that are still…
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The Texas Army is sad to announce the passing of Colonel Paul Till. Judge Paul Health Till passed away on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Colonel Till has served the Army since 1977. Colonel Till leaves behind his three sons and their wives.
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Congratulations to Joe Weathersby and Doug Houston.  Last month at Winter Camp they both completed their marksmanship requirement to become candidates for Colonel in the Texas Army.   Both had been practicing prior to the event,  and it showed.   The…
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Please join the General Staff in congratulating the most recent Texas Army member to qualify for his commission as Colonel.   Howard has completed the requisites of participating in a minimum of 5 qualifying scheduled events,  and a week ago Saturday…
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From the Camp & Artillery Officer I hope this finds all doing well and surviving the heat and humidity. As this is the Army’s downtime it is a good time to check your weapon and accoutrements. Please take the time to give your weapon a good cleaning and…
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2012 USS Ft. Worth Dedication (4 photos)
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Every year, The Texas Army helps the city of Houston get a little more green on St. Patrick's Day by greening Buffalo Bayou. How do you green a bayou? With a cannon, of course. (Thanks to Patrick Cumiskey for the photos!)
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2012 Greening Of The Bayou (18 photos)
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Thanks to the help of members of the army, we're now able to post documents from the past to the Texas Army web site.

The collection starts with an article from Southwest Airlines Magazine in August 1978 which offers a glimpse into the early days of the Texas Army. Also posted is a letter from former Governor Preston Smith congratulating the Army on their 25th anniversary.

If you or anyone you know has some great pieces of Texas Army history lying around that can be posted to the web site, let us know!
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