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Save the date: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Muster is just months, and NCTAMC has already begun planning!

Please join us in welcoming our 2018 Muster co-chairs, Sarah Gibson ’15 (pictured below, left) and Amy Gray ’16 (pictured below, right).


Sarah was born and raised in Dallas and majored in political science at Texas A&M. She received her graduate degree in public service and administration from the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Sarah served on the campus Muster Committee for two years and currently works as a Policy and Advocacy Associate for the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Amy was born in Wichita Falls and graduated with a degree in human resource development. She also served on the campus Muster Committee and was a member of the 2017 NCTAMC Muster Committee. Amy says she’s excited to serve Texas A&M and Aggie families in the role of Muster chair this year.

NCTAMC is pleased to announce that our 2018 DC Aggies Muster Speaker will be Randolph “Tex” Alles ’76, director of the United States Secret Service.

allesAlles, a former member of the Corps of Cadets and Fish Drill Team earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from TAMU before attending the Naval War College for his master of arts in national security and strategic studies.

Alles served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 35 years, retiring in 2011. Since then, he has served in leadership positions within the Customs and Border Protection’s Enterprise Services and Air and Marine Operations (CBP’s federal law enforcement organization).

Alles, a San Antonio native, also served in various leadership positions for the Navy Fighter Weapons School – known as Topgun- in California. 

As Director of the Secret Service, Alles oversees more than 150 offices across the country. These offices protect the nation’s leaders and ensure the financial and critical infrastructure of our nation are protected.

Keep an eye out on our Facebook group and future editions of Aggie Connections for updates on the upcoming Muster ceremony and how to volunteer for Muster Committee.

Proceeds from the annual event help to provide a scholarship to a local Aggie. More details of the scholarship process are forthcoming, but please contact NCTAMC VP of Student Outreach Robby Smith if you have any questions.

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