Fort Tilden Soldier Earns Degree
Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 Trevor M. Cameron has earned a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration at Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach Ala., with a 3.79 grade point average.
While on active duty, military members are encouraged to further their education through off-duty programs. Students earned degrees at resident college or university campuses, extended or distance learning campuses, and online graduate programs.
Many educational programs for servicemembers are subsidized or paid in full through tuition assistance or veterans benefits, G.I. Bill, and Montgomery G.I. Bill educational funded programs.
Cameron is a battalion maintenance officer and headquarters detachment commander assigned to the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 479th Chemical Battalion at Fort Tilden.
The warrant officer three has served in the military for 26 years.
He is the husband of Paulette B. Cameron.
The chief warrant officer graduated in 1981 from West Indies College High School, Mandeville, Jamaica, West Indies, and received a bachelor’s degree in 2003 from American Military University, Manassas, Va.