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North entrance of Kyle Field at Texas A&M University.
The last resting place of Texas A&M University mascots since 1944. The plaque reads:
"The First Lady of A&M"
Texas A&M University is an institution founded on honor, pride, and tradition. The traditional Aggie Spirit has taken many forms, one being that of Reveille, the university mascot. In 1931 a stray dog was found by A&M cadets and named Reveille when she barked at the bugle during morning formation. The cadets took her into their hearts and the school adopted her as the official mascot. When she died, Reveille I was buried here so that she could see the scoreboard at Kyle Field. Reveille I, and the Reveilles that follow her, will always have a special place in an Aggie's heart and symbolize the undying spirit of Texas A&M.
Presented by Company E-2
Class of 1979, 80, 81, 82