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Armed Forces Day shows TROY’s appreciation for military

Hundreds of spectators took rides on a historic UH-H1 Huey, including Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.

Hundreds of spectators took rides on a historic UH-H1 Huey, including Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.

For some, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. For others, it was a reminder of a war fought long ago and the memories that came with it.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, was among the hundreds who took a ride in a historic UH-H1 Huey helicopter Saturday during the Friends of Army Aviation’s…

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Friends of Army Aviation presenting Armed Forces Day celebration at TROY Dothan Campus

The May 15 event will feature rides for the public in a historic UH-1 Huey helicopter, along with several other attractions.

The May 15 event will feature rides for the public in a historic UH-1 Huey helicopter, along with several other attractions.

Friends of Army Aviation, a Wiregrass nonprofit dedicated to preserving the legacy of U.S. Army Aviation, is joining forces with Troy University for an Armed Forces Day celebration Saturday, May 15 at TROY’s Dothan Campus.

The celebration’s featured attraction is the FOAA’s Ride program, which will give customers a chance to fly in a historic…

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TROY alumnus wins Army’s elite MacArthur Award

TROY alumnus Army Capt. Stephen Scott was named a General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award recipient. (photo submitted)

TROY alumnus Army Capt. Stephen Scott was named a General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award recipient. (photo submitted)

TROY Alumnus Army Capt. Stephen Scott (2012), a Prattville native, was all smiles as he walked across a Pentagon stage last week to receive a bust of the great Gen. Douglas MacArthur. He even hammed it up a bit with the Director of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Walter E. Piatt, who presented it to him.

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TROY, Army sign agreement to allow transfer of credit for graduate degrees

Troy University and the WHINSEC inked an agreement that extends a two-decade long relationship on Tuesday at Fort Benning. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

Troy University and the WHINSEC inked an agreement that extends a two-decade long relationship on Tuesday at Fort Benning. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

An agreement today signed at Fort Benning’s Bradley Hall will allow the seamless transfer of graduate-level course credit for studies at the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation.

Held in WHINSEC’s Gallery of Liberators, which commemorates the heroes for independence in North, Central and South America, the formal signing ceremony between TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack…

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