Fallen Aggie Soldier Remembered at A&M Memorial Service

By: Meredith Stancik Email
By: Meredith Stancik Email

Friends, family, and fellow Aggies said their final goodbyes Tuesday to fallen soldier Zac Cook.

A memorial service was held at Rudder Auditorium on campus.

Cook, 22, died last week when the Army Blackhawk helicopter he was on crashed on the Texas A&M University campus. Cook graduated in December and was commissioned as a Lieutenant into the Army. He was assigned as an instructor for the Army ROTC program at A&M, while waiting to attend pilot training.

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