Trent Briscoe

National Chief of Protocol Exectutive Officer

Trent was born in Dallas, TX. As a child, he quickly became interested in following and participating in sports. Over the course of his childhood and teenage years he played baseball, soccer, football, basketball, swimming and track and field. He also spent many years learning how to play the piano. He still enjoys playing pick-up basketball and any other sports he can get a hand on, despite his vertical challenge. In 2012, he came to the University of Oklahoma and quickly became involved in Air Force ROTC and Arnold Air Society, holding squadron level positions such as Vice Commander, Director of Operations, Director of Support and Public Affairs Officer. Last year, he had the honor of serving as NATCON Co-Commander with an incredible staff made up of cadets and civilians from OU and TCU in Dallas, TX. Last summer, he also went back to Field Training as a Cadet Training Assistant at AEF. He hopes to commission this May with an Industrial and Systems Engineering degree and serve the Air Force as a Combat Systems Officer. It is his pleasure to serve the society as NCOP XO and he looks forward to seeing you at NATCON.