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Bill Noe Flight School receives drones and equipment from West Virginia-based Metatron Unmanned Solutions


Marshall University has announced the receipt of five commercial-grade drones provided courtesy of West Virginia-based Metatron Unmanned Solutions for use as part of the growing curriculum in Marshall’s Bill Noe Flight School, part of the Division of Aviation.
The drones and accompanying equipment, valued at more than $93,000, are part of a long-term strategy by Marshall’s Division of Aviation to continue to grow the program into the future.
“The Bill Noe Flight School is excited to receive the Metatron drones,” said Bryan Branham, director and chief instructor of the Bill Noe Flight School. “These drones and support equipment fit into our future plans to add Federal Aviation Administration remote pilot certification to our curriculum.”

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