Aggie Muster

“Softly call the Muster, let a comrade answer ‘Here’…”

“If there is an A&M man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas.”

Sunday April 21, 2024

5:30pm Doors Open
5:45pm Dinner Served
7:00pm Muster Program

Attire: Smart Casual

Location: Lone Oak Barn, 1810 N Co Rd 122, Round Rock

Muster Speaker: John A. Adams, Jr. ’73

Howdy Ags,

Join the Williamson County A&M Club 2024 Aggie Muster!  Due to our venue capacity, everyone will need a meal or an RSVP ticket purchased to attend. (you do NOT need an RSVP if you purchase a meal ticket)


Online ticket sales are now closed
Meal tickets (if available) and RSVP’s can be purchased at the door
(cash/check/credit card)


  • Texas Style BBQ, Brisket & chicken breast

  • Pinto Beans

  • Potato salad

  • Cole slaw

  • All the fixin’s

  • White & wheat bread

  • Ice tea & water

  • Banana pudding cups

Parking at Lone Oak Barn may be tight so please try to carpool if you can.  When you arrive, please try to park as close as possible to allow for all our guests. (There is a pasture area for overflow parking but we can only use it if the ground is dry.)


If you would like to check the Roll Call list that we will call names from (provided to us by The Association of Former Students) you can click here.

The names included from The Association will be automatically added to our WCAMC Roll Call. If you would like to add a name to our WCAMC Roll Call, please complete this form.


Questions: or call/text 512-887-2247.


Muster Speaker: John A. Adams, Jr. ’73

John A. Adams, Jr. ’73 received a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in History from Texas A&M. He also completed the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University and holds Certified Economic Developer (CED) credentials. Adams was a Captain in the United States Air Force and served as President and CEO of Enterprise Florida Inc., which is the only public-private statewide economic development organization in the nation.

Adams served as a delegate to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade negotiations in Geneva, an advisor to the World Trade Organization, Chairman of the Industry Sector Advisory council for trade policy review at the U.S. Department of Commerce and has provided Congressional testimony on U.S.-Mexico border infrastructure issues.

He was an Adjunct Professor of International Banking and Finance at Texas A& M International University in Laredo, Texas. Adams 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 as well as many other books on international trade, economic development and history.

As a cadet he was Commander of Squadron One and a Ross Volunteer.