Welcome to the official webpage of the Killeen-Ft. Hood Area A&M Club; we appreciate your interest in our website and our club!

As the official club for the greater Killeen-Fort Hood area, we are tasked to unite former students and friends of A&M in our area. Club events include Muster, Big Event, Socials, Game watching parties, and more. All proceeds made during the year go to our Scholarship fund, which includes: 

  • Aggie Ring Scholarships for graduates of a Killeen ISD High School (to date, we have awarded 16 scholarships totaling $8500)
  • Scholarship for a veteran enrolled in the ROTC Program at Texas A&M University- Central Texas (to date, we have awarded 2 scholarships totaling $1000) 
  • Support for the Aggie Ring Ceremony at the Texas A&M College of Medicine in Temple 

All of this is made possible thanks to the generous contributions of local Aggies and their businesses. We encourage you to thank and support those businesses and individuals who make all we do possible!  

Keep up with club events and view pictures of prior events by going to the Upcoming Events tab above and by liking our Facebook page at If you are new to the area or just want more information on the club, you can contact us at! 



  • Muster

    • Saturday, April 21st from 6:00-7:30
    • Location: Texas A&M University-Central Texas Warrior Hall (Multipurpose Room)
    • Cost: $20 per person (Includes Meal and Membership)
    • Guest Speaker: Mr. Monty Davis ’77, Chair-Elect of the 12th Man Foundation 

2017 Club Sponsors

gctfcu                      WB   cloud real estate                                  enlighten vision


      a&m-ct                    rudys

Rex ’59 and Bobbie Weaver

Tad and Julia ’08 Dorroh

                   Leah ’95 and Patrick McGee

                 Bobby ’97 and Deanna Whitson

Royce ’72 and Beth Matkin

                 Brad ’89 and Susan ’89 Buckley

John ’78 and Julie Diem

                  Michael ’98 and Cristin Reyes

Ronald ’79 and Ginny Stepp

Ron ’66 and Carolyn English

Ken ’67 and Patti Watts

John ’69 and Shelia Crutchfield