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Reveille Texas A&M Mascot

Reveille | Mascot of the Texas A&M Aggies Football Team


 Reveille is the official mascot of Texas A&M University. Students adopted the first Reveille in 1931. To thank Texas A&M for its assistance during World War II, the US Army designated Reveille a Cadet General, the highest ranking member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Reveille is a female purebred American Collie. Reveille is cared for by Corps of Cadets Company E-2, known as the mascot company. A sophomore in the unit is designated the mascot corporal and has ultimate responsibility for her care. Reveille accompanies the mascot corporal everywhere, including to class and on dates. Reveille is the only animal on campus, besides service animals, permitted to enter any campus building. In order to not inconvenience her, if Reveille decides to sleep on a cadet's bed, that cadet is required to sleep on the floor. By tradition, if Reveille barks in class, that session is canceled. Reveille has her own cell phone, operated by the mascot corporal, and her own Texas A&M Student ID Card.

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