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Fish Drill Team

The Fish Drill Team is an all-freshman precision rifle drill squad that represents the Corps of Cadets and Texas A&M at military drill meets across the United States. Over its six decades of existence, the Fish Drill Team has won numerous national championships at the Tulane NROTC National Drill Competition, making it one of the most highly decorated and recognized organizations in the Corps of Cadets.

The Fish Drill Team got its start, according to A&M historian John Adams, at The Annex in the years immediately following World War II

(Watch a video of the Class of 2018 Fish Drill Team here.)

 

John A. Adams, Jr. ’73 received a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in History from Texas A&M. Adams was a Captain in the United States Air Force and served as President and CEO of Enterprise Florida Inc., a public/private-sector statewide economic development organization. Adams has served as an advisor to the World Trade Organization and has provided Congressional testimony on U.S.-Mexico border infrastructure issues. He is the author of several books on Texas A&M and the Corps of Cadets, We Are the Aggies, Softly Call the Muster, Keepers of the Spirit and co-author of Texas Aggies Go To War.