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Aggies Who Served Honored at Corps Memorial

New names have been added to an Aggie legacy of bronze.

The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets Plaza Memorial was newly re-dedicated late Monday afternoon.

The original dedication took place in 1969, with the memorial featuring the names of Aggies who died in service since the end of World War Two.

The university has unveiled 65 names added to the memorial. Now, 391 Aggies are honored at the site.

Part of Monday's event included members of the Muster Class of '59, the Ross Volunteers, the Color Guard and members of the Aggie Band.


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