Sisters filming part of independent movie at TROY’s Dothan Campus

September 1, 2016
By Greg Phillips

When Katie and Maura Smith were growing up, they’d watch movies and find themselves wanting more from the stories and characters.

“We grew up on a farm, and when we were younger we always read a lot of books and watched a lot of movies,” said Katie, who along with her sister lives in Graceville,…

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TROY’s UAS courses prepare students to manage drone operations

August 31, 2016
By Clif Lusk

With the implementation this week of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 rules governing drone usage in the country, many commercial operators now have a clear path forward in the use of unmanned aerial systems.

“These vehicles are in use everywhere,” said Troy University adjunct professor Al Allenback, a retired Air Force colonel and fighter…

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