Hauling trucks for military

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  1. BenRauls

    BenRauls Bobtail Member

    Oct 17, 2008
    I drive through oshkosh WI alot and see people hauling military trucks from Oshkosh Truck. How does one get in to that? Never see anything advertised. Iimagine they pay pretty well being military. If anyone knows anything let me know.
  2. broncrider

    broncrider Road Train Member

    google bullseye dod contracts....has step by step instructions on how to get into hualin GBL frieght

    it used to pay very well....but it seems like everyone has a hand in it now and the rates have dropped bad....i know an agent in montana...she gets $1.51/m plus FSC....shes also #20 on the list....so theres 19 outfits who hual for cheaper

    texas an pa are the same way
  3. travelr

    travelr Bobtail Member

    Oct 10, 2008
    somewhere in mississippi
    i have heard of guys siphoning the fuel out of the equipment when they haul it
  4. Wings2Wheels

    Wings2Wheels Medium Load Member

    May 3, 2008
    Eastern PA
    What is the matter with people nowadays?!?

    Don't they realize they're just stealing from themselves?!?

    Those drivers pulling this nonsense pay federal income tax. Portion of that tax goes to pay for that piece of equipment, AND the fuel that goes into it. Have to replace that STOLEN fuel when the vehicle is delivered. The Army/Marine unit taking delivery of that vehicle has to requisition for more money for Fiscal Year 2009 for fuel that was stolen. Taxes go up. Multiply that one incident by many others, and you are talking about real money.

    Personal responsibility, honor, integrity are all going the way of a European attitude in this country. The entitlement society has a foothold, and it is a slippery slope.

    I gotta get MINE, screw the other guy...

    Still, I have to hold out hope that there are enough people like me and the folks I choose to associate with who will raise their kids right, and not put up with all this nonsense.

  5. freightmaster

    freightmaster Light Load Member

    Sep 9, 2007
    pucky huddle,mo.
    Well said Wings2Wheels...

    Theres still a few who believe like you do my friend.:yes2557:
  6. Hitman

    Hitman Mr. Gamer

    Sep 5, 2006
    Tioga, PA
    The Pete in my avitar is owned by a guy that hauls military equipment. I met him at a truck show. He's an ex-marine. He told me he's on the road over 300 days a year. He was actually selling that particular truck, for a new one. He was asking only $115k for it...yikes.
  7. notarps4me

    notarps4me Road Train Member

    Jan 1, 2007
    I like to haul military equipment. I am a veteran and I enjoy getting back on posts. It brings back memories of when I wore the uniform. I enjoy talking to the troops when I unload or load. It gives me the chance to tell them how much I appreciate what they do.:biggrin_25520:
  8. User Name

    User Name Light Load Member

    Aug 20, 2008
    Like this piece of military equipment? :biggrin_25525:


    All of the equipment that I hauled came from brokers that were near the bases. I've hauled quit a bit in & out of Ft Campbell, KY & Atterbury, IN. Ive also loaded right off of the inbound ships at Jacksonville, FL as the equipment was being unloaded. Most of this was National Guard equipment that went to various NG Armory's in the US. I've also rounded up Marine POD's & Humvees that went to Quantico, VA a few times.

    The Challenger and Big Duker Thank this.
  9. The Challenger

    The Challenger Kinghunter

    Dec 22, 2007
    East Central FL
    my bro in law hauls military eqip to other bases from his by Seattle Washington. Its truly an honor to see people fighting for our countries.
    Has anyone hear of Baise trucking? They haul military equpt too.

  10. BenRauls

    BenRauls Bobtail Member

    Oct 17, 2008
    Tried do that search. But cant find anything. What am i doing wrong? "bullseye dod contracts" i must be missing something
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