Lieutenant General Robert W. Colglazier, Jr. ’25

General Colglazier attained the highest rank ever held by a reserve officer on active duty with the U.S. Army. Commissioned upon graduation from Texas A&M with a degree in civil engineering in 1925, he worked for his father’s construction company [...]

James W. Aston ’33

Corps commander, captain of the football team and president of the senior class while at Texas A&M, he graduated in 1933 with a degree in civil engineering. At age 29, he became the youngest city manager of Bryan, serving briefly [...]

Lieutenant General Eivind H. Johansen ’50

General Johansen was the youngest general to serve as the Army’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics. He graduated from high school in Port Arthur, Texas, in June 1945 and immediately entered the Army. He served in both the Infantry [...]

General Joseph W. Ashy ’62

General Ashy is only the fourth Texas Aggie to achieve four-star rank. A distinguished military graduate of Texas A&M, he received a degree in mechanical engineering in 1962. He flew 289 combat missions over Southeast Asia in the F-100 aircraft [...]