Cadet David Campbell ‘21 is from Seattle, Washington and is an Applied Mathematics major, minoring in Computer Science. He is the son of Mark and Laura Campbell. He currently serves as the Second Regiment Chaplain as well as the Division Officer (Commanding Officer) of Navy/Marine ROTC (NROTC) Division 4.
David is originally a member of Company N-1, and represented Texas A&M and the Corps of Cadets at the Tulane Drill Competition in 2019 as a member of the Corps Color Guard. During his time in the Corps, David has “had the pleasure of meeting other outstanding cadets in N-1, 2nd Regiment, NROTC, and the Color Guard.” He is thankful for the Corps cultivating an atmosphere that fosters self-discipline that will benefit him moving forward in his Naval career.
David will commission into the U.S. Navy upon graduation in December 2021 and hopes to become a helicopter pilot during his service. We are incredibly proud of David and are thankful for his dedication to the Corps and his fellow cadets. We wish him the best of luck and success in the future!