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WE ASKED, YOU DELIVERED

The first one is in a canon at the Yorktown Battlefield in Yorktown, Virginia.  This canon was used in the American Revolution.
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“The first one is in a canon at the Yorktown Battlefield in Yorktown, Virginia.  This canon was used in the American Revolution.”

Here are your Aggie Ring submissions for #BattRingDay

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  • The second one was a picture I took this spring in North Pole, Alaska camping with friends.  I am currently a 2LT in the Army stationed at FT Wainwright, Alaska and couldn’t resist some Aggie Ring/ Shiner pride.”

     

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    “The third picture was a more recent picture taken on Labor Day Weekend in Hillside, Washington when a bunch of us from class of 14 got together to watch A&M BTHO asu.”

     

  • “Eiffel Tower, Rebecca Gray, Class of 2014 and 2016”

  • “Our wedding

  • “I recently started a year-long assignment in London for work and took [this].”

  • “I got my ring last September and it was one of the best days ever!”

  • #battringday with the old Kyle field

  • “Aggie Ring in Cozumel!”

  • “Donald B. OWENS ’58 and Patrice OWENS Kihlken ’83 at the Marblehead, OH Lighthouse. It’s the oldest operating lighthouse on Lake Erie.  Father and daughter graduated 25 years apart but with the same degree — Industrial Engineering!”

     

  •  “This was taken in Pagosa Springs, Colorado this summer while I was on vacation.”

  • “This one was taken at Box Canyon Falls in Ouray, Colorado.”

  • “Imogene Pass is a jeeping trail between Telluride and Ouray, Colorado. We were 13,114 feet up, and there was still snow on some of the peaks.”

  • “I took this picture on Labor Day Weekend in Galveston, Texas. We had just gone paddle boarding and a storm hit. This is the calm after the storm.”

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