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Slideshow: Aggie Muster

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More than 300 Muster ceremonies were held across the nation and around the world on April 21 in honor of Aggies who died during the past year.

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  • The student-led campus Muster is the largest single gathering of Aggies for the event.

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  • Outgoing student body president Hannah Wimberly shared her thoughts on the importance of Muster and its symbolism at Texas A&M.

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  • Daniel Moore, Marikit Tomlinson, President Michael K. Young, Hannah Wimberly, Phil Miner, and Landon Harrell stand in reverence as the Singing Cadets perform. 

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  • The Singing Cadets sang songs such as “Aggie Muster Day,” “Spirit of Aggieland,” and “Roll Call for the Absent.”

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  • Eddie Joe Davis Jr. ’67 was the keynote speaker for the 2017 on-campus Muster.

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  • 117 current and former Texas A&M students were honored at the campus Muster.

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  • Aggie Muster has roots dating back to 1883.

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  • The class of 1967 graduates called “here” 19 times for the classmates they lost in the past year.

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  • Fifteen current students were honored at Muster.

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  • Aggie Muster

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  • After Roll Call, Ross Volunteers enter Reed Arena for a 21-gun salute before the playing of “Silver Taps.”

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  • Muster was dismissed by General Patrick K. Gamble ’67.

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