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Corps of Cadets announces 2023-24 leadership team

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Photo by Ishika Samant

E2 Mascot Company walks to the Reveille statue unveiling ceremony with Rev X and Rev IX.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct a factual error.

As the 2022-23 academic year nears its end, Texas A&M’s Keepers of the Spirit are preparing for their 147th year. 

In a March 10 press release, the Corps of Cadets announced 12 of its most senior leadership positions for the 2023-24 academic year. This upcoming school year will be the first of a realigned structure, aimed to provide “a greater span of control across the organization, while positioning the Corps for long-term, sustainable growth,” in line with the March to 3,000 campaign.

Among these leaders is the Corps’ third female Corps Commander, political science junior Caitlynn Walsh. Walsh and other senior leadership were named to their respective positions following an application process and interviews with both peers and staff, and were evaluated based on academics, Corps performance and their leadership positions, according to the press release. 

The following is the complete list of officers announced:

Corps Commander: Caitlynn Walsh

Deputy Corps Commander: Klayton House

Chief of Staff: Callie Guest

Sergeant Major: Deandre Macri

1st Brigade Commander: Ethan Finney

1st Brigade Sergeant Major: Caleb Riggs

1st Regiment Commander: Graham Wolfe

1st Regiment Sergeant Major: James Guandolo

1st Wing Commander: Rebecca Collins

1st Wing Sergeant Major: McKinsey Bosman

Aggie Band Commander: Daniel Mackenzie

Aggie Band Sergeant Major: Tristan Lanclos
 

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