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Roll Call: The Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association would like pictures of Aggies in Service. If you have a family member or friend who is either currently serving or has served in the past, please click on the image above to submit a photo. There are fields to give us information about your service member - the more info you give about them, the better we can tell their story.
The Kroger Community Rewards Program supports the CCA when you shop at Kroger. To get started, you can register online at:
You must have a registered Kroger Plus card account to link to the CCA. If you do not have a Kroger Plus Card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger.
Please make sure you use the CCA NPO# 80945 when linking your account. To verify that you are enrolled correctly, you will see Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association on the right side of your online information page. REMEMBER, purchases will not count until after you register your card. And you must swipe your registered Kroger Plus Card or use your Alt ID when shopping for each purchase to count. If you use your phone number at the register and are unsure of your Kroger Plus Card number, you can call 800-576-4377 and select option 4 to get your Plus Card number.
Thank you for supporting the Corps of Cadets Association by using the Kroger Community Rewards Program.
** UPDATE **
George Kitchen ’62 Memorial Car Show
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Time: To Be Announced
Due to weather issues, this year’s CCA George Kitchen ’62 Memorial Car Show - originally scheduled for September 13th - has been moved to Saturday, October 11, 2014. The car show will be held before the Texas A&M Aggies vs Ole Miss football game in front of Duncan Dining Hall. This unique car show is open to all special interest, classic, or unique automobiles.
The George Kitchen ’62 Memorial Car Show is proudly sponsored by the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association.
Celebration of 40 Years of
Women in the Corps
October 17-19, 2014
The Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association is hosting the 40th Year Celebration of Women in the Corps. On the evening of Friday, October 17, a banquet will be held in the Gates Ballroom of the Memorial Student Center for current and former Cadets.
On Saturday, October 18, come and enjoy a new Aggie tradition, the Game Day Watching Party. All are invited to watch Texas A&M Beat the Hell Outta Alabama inside the Bethancourt Ballroom of the MSC. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase. This event is open to everyone!
All former female Cadets, as well as their family and friends, are welcome to attend this important anniversary. We would love to see you at any, or all events throughout the entire weekend. Watch your emails and this site for registration information.
Click Here for information and to register for this year's Rally to the Guidons.
Click Here to view a list of those that will be participating in this years Rally.
From the Commandant: "We had over 880 young men and women check-in for Freshman Orientation Week (FOW) to begin their transition to the Corps of Cadets! Corps Commander David Trigg ’15 and his staff have done a spectacular job coaching, teaching, and mentoring the new cadets, teaching them the basics of Corps life and introducing them to Aggieland. Most important, however, is getting the cadets ready for the academic school year. This year’s FOW has a heavy dose of academic programs for our new fish, as well as the standards of marching, customs and courtesies, wearing the uniform, “whipping out” to upperclassmen, unit history, traditions of Texas A&M, and learning the 4 fish answers. I’m very pleased with the activity I’ve seen around the Quad – especially the leadership shown by the upperclassmen. I look forward to a great year ahead with the 2014-2015 Corps of Cadets!."
To see photos of the past week of FOW activities, go to http://bit.ly/1olV1SV.
THE TEXAS AGGIE BAND SHOW
The new broadcast home for The Texas Aggie Band Show will be KAGS-TV. KAGS is the local Bryan / College Station NBC affiliate covering the Brazos Valley and the 2014 season of the The Texas Aggie Band Show will be shown on KAGS-TV at 11 p.m. each Sunday night. Mr. Roby Somerford, KAGS station manger, made the announcement during the 6 p.m. newscast on August 26, 2014 from the Sanders Corps Center. Speakers during the announcement were General Joe Ramierz, Commandant of Cadets, Dr. Bruce Brockhorn, Texas Aggie Band Show host, Colonel Don Crawford, Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association, and Mr. Jerry Dietchle, BJ's Restaurants. The Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association will be a sponsor for the 12th year and BJ's Restaurants will be a sponsor for the 4th year.