Lee Dimaculangan ’17, an Army ROTC Green to Gold Cadet, is a Leadership Studies major with a minor in History & Military Studies from Houston, Texas. He is the son of Dennis and Mercy Dimaculangan and the Delta Company Operations Officer and 2nd Regiment Scholastics Officer.
Lee is on the Corps of Cadets Marksmanship Unit and was a part of the team that won the 2015 Military College Combat Shooting Championship, defeating all 4 Service Academies and VMI in Ft. Benning, Georgia. He is also a student worker at the Sanders Corps of Cadets Center, is a mentor to other cadets in Army ROTC, and is a member of the Cadet Performance Review Board.
Lee is an Army Veteran who served for over 9 years. During his time in the Army he was a member of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit as a competitive marksman, and marksmanship instructor.
Over the summer Lee will be going to Israel on a Corps Excursion, as well as an Army Culture and Language Program (CULP) trip to Cambodia with Army ROTC. Upon his return he will attend the Army’s Cadet Leaders Course.
Upon graduating in December 2017 Lee will commission into the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant. He says he hopes to complete his career in the Army, retire, and return back to Texas A&M to continue to coach, teach, and mentor members of the Corps of Cadets.
We are all extremely proud to have Lee as a member of the Corps of Cadets. He is an exceptional cadet, but an even more impressive mentor and role model for the younger cadets – especially those seeking to join the military. I am grateful for his service in the military and his decision to join the Corps. We wish him the best of luck and know that he will continue to set the example for others in all that he does in the future. Lee Dimaculangan is a cadet, a soldier, a leader, a mentor, and a role model. He is definitely among the very best that our Corps and our country have to offer!