Will Henry Mullins, Class of 2013
T-38 Talon Pilot
Pilot Instructor Training, Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas

Will Henry graduated second in his class from Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training in June and was assigned another three years at Columbus Air Force Base as an instructor pilot, a rare honor directly after pilot training. He flies the T-38 Talon. Will Henry says that a presentation in his sophomore year at Trinity by Mr. Petzrick about honor, service, and determination set him on his path toward the Air Force, which he finds demanding and exciting. “This job is so extremely challenging in new ways every day… my office is the cockpit and my days are never the same.” Will Henry says that Christian support at home and in his personal life, combined with confidence in his faith, allow him to talk about Christianity at work when asked and to be an ambassador for Christ when wearing the uniform. “The education I received [at Trinity] has had a profound impact on me in the years since… It has enabled me to be more coherent when explaining what I believe, given me a firmer foundation upon which to stand when I have been tested, and has led to quite a few conversations that I wouldn't have had otherwise.” Will Henry and his wife Lindsay welcomed a baby girl in June.

The education I received [at Trinity] has had a profound impact on me in the years since… It has enabled me to be more coherent when explaining what I believe, given me a firmer foundation upon which to stand when I have been tested, and has led to quite a few conversations that I wouldn't have had otherwise.

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