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TCU fountain on main campus

Saluting TCU Warriors 


Honoring a Military Legacy 

Maj. Horace S. Carswell, Jr.
Medal of Honor Recipient
1939 TCU Graduate
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Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade

Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023

Participants will form up in the Fort Worth Panther Island Pavilion parking lot, march down North Forest Park Blvd. along the Clear Fork of the Trinity River and return.

In 1950, the Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) was officially established on the campus of TCU in Fort Worth. It was joined by the Army ROTC program the following summer. Women were admitted to the program in 1970. 

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Sept. 24, 2023

Parade Marshal Declared

Army Col. (Ret.) Joseph Campbell is declared the parade marshal for the 2023 Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade, according to Tarrant County Veterans Council (TCVC) event planners. Colonel Campbell was active in the Texas Christian University Army ROTC program, being inducted into TCU’s Military Science Hall of Honor. 

Aug. 14, 2023

High school bands to march in parade

Yellow jackets, bobcats, panthers, scorpions, bulldogs, and cougars will all sound off November 11 as marching bands from Arlington Heights, Benbrook. Paschel, South Hills, Trimble Tech, and Western Hills high schools perform in the Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade.

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