Trenton Dickey ‘17 is an Industrial Distribution major from Porter, Texas. He is the son of Mary and Sergeant First Class Freddy Dickey, US Army (Ret).

Cadet Dickey is a member of Squadron 23. As a sophomore he held the positions of Fire Team Leader and Recruiting Corporal. During his junior year he was a Platoon Sergeant, Recruiting Sergeant, and Public Relations Sergeant for the unit. Dickey is currently Squadron 23’s Executive Officer.

Trenton is a member of the Arnold Air Society as well as an ambassador for the Department of Multicultural Services. He is also a member of the Cultural Awareness and Diversity Expansion Team (C.A.D.E.T.), where he serves as the Operations and Logistics Officer. Cadet Dickey also works for the Prospective Student Center for the Office of Admissions. He has been a member of the African American Student Leadership Institute (AASLI), Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club (DGC), Nichols Rising Leadership Delegate in 2015, a member of the Corps Marathon Team, Darling Recruiting Company, 2016 Corps to Corporate Conference, and he recently attended the 2016 Citizenship Forum at the College of the Ozarks for the Corps.

Trenton graduated from Air Force Field Training in the Summer of 2015. He currently serves as the AFROTC Detachments Public Affairs Officer and as a Flight Commander. Cadet Dickey will graduate in May of 2017 and commission as a 2nd Lieutenant. “My goal,” Dickey says, “is to become an Aircraft Maintenance Officer and serve our Country to the best of my abilities by ensuring that we have the aircraft needed whenever and wherever.”

Trenton is an outstanding cadet with a love for honor, courage, integrity, discipline, and selfless service. I know he will make us proud in all his future endeavors, especially in the United States Air Force!