Reveille, the first lady of Aggieland, is the official mascot of Texas A&M University.  She is the highest ranking member of the Corps of Cadets, and she is a Five-Star General.  Reveille I came to Texas A&M in January 1931.  A group of cadets hit a small black and white dog on their way back from Navasota.  They picked up the dog and brought her back to school so they could care for her.  The next morning, when "Reveille" was blown by a bugler, she started barking.  She was named after this morning wakeup call.  The following football season she was named the official mascot when she led the band onto the field during their half-time performance.  When Reveille I died on January 18, 1944, she was given a formal military funeral on the gridiron of Kyle Field.  She was then buried at the north entrance to the field, as all Reveilles are, facing the scoreboard so that she can always watch the Aggies outscore their opponent.  Before naming Reveille II, there were several other unofficial mascot, such as Tripod, Spot, and Ranger.  It was not until a later Reveille that she was a full-blood Collie. 

Reveille is the most revered dog on campus. Company E-2 has the privilege of taking care of Reveille, with one sophomore cadet being responsible for her care during the year.  Reveille spends the summer with her new master for the upcoming year so that both may become better acquainted.  If she is sleeping on a cadet's bed, that cadet must sleep on the floor. Cadets address Reveille as "Miss Rev, m'am."  If she is in class and barks while the professor is teaching, the class is to be immediately dismissed.  Reveille is a highly cherished mascot and receives only the best.