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The first occasion known to The Association of a "Muster in the sky."
Softly Call the Muster
Softly Call the Muster
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Have a question about Aggie Muster, or how to add a name to the roll call, or where a particular name will be called? All that and much more is covered in our Aggie Muster FAQ: https://www.aggienetwork.com/news/147920/aggie-muster-frequently-asked-questions/
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'I thought, "If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand,"' David Eubank '83 told the Los Angeles Times after the video circulated worldwide via the internet.
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** Colonel Campbell’s Final Flight **

Missing for more than 48 years, an Aggie shot down during the Vietnam War is finally laid to rest by his family in this short film from The Association of Former Students.

The remains of USAF pilot Colonel William Campbell ’52 were flown this month to Washington, D.C., and interred with those of his widow at Arlington National Cemetery. The Association is grateful to the Campbell family for trusting us to document their father’s return and share this story with the Aggie Network.
Colonel Campbell’s Aggie Ring was recovered in 1991, worn by his widow until her passing, and then donated by his children to The Association of Former Students, where it remains on display.

For more of Colonel Campbell’s story, visit http://tx.ag/ColonelCampbell.
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On Veterans Day and every day, The Association of Former Students joins our nation in honoring and saying “thank you” to those who have served and those who are serving now. We are grateful beyond words. http://tx.ag/VeteransDay (Photo by USAF veteran Aaron Randall '14 for Texas Aggie magazine; all rights reserved.)
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Former student stumbles across a Class of 1890 Aggie Ring -- it's the 2nd oldest Aggie Ring known to exist.
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Where Are They Now? Catching Up With The Texas A&M Chemistry Class of 1976
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D.C. Metro Station Flooded In Aggie Maroon:
Every advertising space in a subway station in the nation's capital has been converted to promote Texas A&M and the achievements of the university and its students, faculty and graduates. It is all part of the university's national branding campaign, "Fearless on Every Front."
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