Texas A&M and Norwich

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  1. RancidRancid

    RancidRancid Member

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    Just finished my application to Texas A&M! So very excited, now I have to play the waiting game. I also finished my Norwich application, but thats been done for a while.

    I also visited the school recently, and really enjoyed my stay in Aggieland. I stayed in college station over night to get a feel for the town, and it felt a little like the town I grew up in, sort of, besides being in Texas (Im from NY). We took a tour of the campus, had a freshmen application seminar-thing, and then I met with Lt. Col. Bill byrne, who is an assistant to the corps? I cant remember his exact position, forgive me, but he was very nice and told me a lot about the corps I didnt know. All-in-all, it was a very enjoyable visit, and it makes my decision (if i get accepted) to both even more difficult. Even if I dont get accepted, or decide not to go, I will have a deep respect and love for aggieland; its a special place :smile:

    I want to write a thank you letter to Mr. Byrne but I was wondering if I should write "Dear Mr. Byrne," or "Dear Lt.Col. Byrne"
    thoughts?
    Thanks and gig'em! :thumb:
     
  2. patentesq

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    You'll need LTC Byrne's full title and full name to write a properly addressed letter. Go on the TAMU website and obtain the information. If you can't find it, call his secretary and get the information.

    Kudos on also looking at Norwich! You'll find that all of the SMCs are excellent. If that's your interest, you should look at all of them.
     
  3. Lawman32RPD

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    Good Luck, I doubt you could go wrong either place.
     

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