Trenchard held the following ranks:
- 31 March 1891, 2nd Lieutenant, Forfar and Kincardine Artillery (Militia)
- 9 September 1893, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers
- 12 August 1896, Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers
- 28 February 1900, Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers
- 22 August 1902, Brevet Major
- 1 June 1908, Temporary Lieutenant Colonel
- 4 November 1910, Brevet Major
- 7 August 1914, Temporary Lieutenant Colonel
- 18 January 1915, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel
- 3 June 1915, Brevet Colonel
- 25 August 1915, Temporary Brigadier General
- 24 March 1916, Temporary Major-General
- 1 January 1917, Major-General
- 3 January 1918, Major-General, Royal Air Force
- 1 August 1919, Air Vice-Marshal, Royal Air Force
- 11 August 1919, Air Marshal, Royal Air Force
- 1 April 1922, Air Chief Marshal, Royal Air Force
- 1 January 1927, Marshal of the Royal Air Force
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