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Muster Pictures

Stephanie Cannon '06 April 25, 2016 4:24 PM updated: May 12, 2016 2:06 PM

Ags, if you attended Muster and took any pictures, please email high-resolution Muster photos for the Texas Aggie magazine to

When sending images, please include the A&M Club name or Muster location.

Pictured above are Aggies and Aggie parents who Mustered in Grano de Oro, Costa Rica. All medical missionaries of Divine Mercy, they were in the area for a medical mission trip to serve the Cabecar Indians. Pictured left to right are Gregg Dimmick MD '74, Aggie parents Elisa LeDoux, Catherine Short, Robert LeDoux, Deanna Ennis and Richard Byrd MD '78.

While you're here, check out these Muster articles you might have missed: 

  • This year was the 70th anniversary of the 1946 "Victory Muster" held on Corregidor Island. Watch a video that tells the story of that famous Muster here.
  • "The Last Corps Trip" by Philo H. Duval, Jr. '51 is a poem held close by the Aggie family. Read at Muster ceremonies across the globe and engraved on the walls of the Bonfire Memorial, the majority of Aggies have heard it at least once. What you might not have heard, however, is how the author came to write this treasured and unifying poem. Read the story here.


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