Profile For Army

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  • Location:
    Concord, NH

  • Driving Status:
    Considering A Career

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  • Joined Us:
    4 months, 3 weeks ago

Army 's Bio

Starting my second career, after I finish my military one, soon...can't wait.

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Posted:  1 day, 6 hours ago

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Manual??

Ok, sounds like a solid plan.. we look forward to following you with the journey.

Posted:  1 day, 12 hours ago

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Manual??

I say that because you can go to a school sponsored training, mostly free and still have the ability to use ur gi bill later if you want to go back and pick up trade or whatanot....esp now with gi bill for life, it shouldn't expire in 10 years... assuming that will be retroactive.

And, to be honest, I have heard almost no complaints about company sponsored training on here. For a few companies they only require a 10 month commitment after. Need a solid job anyway.

Posted:  1 day, 12 hours ago

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Prime CDL Training

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Ohh snap...

Posted:  1 day, 18 hours ago

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Manual??

Josh

Being in the military, I would encourage you to save your gi bill and go thru company sponsored training.

Paid CDL Training Programs

Posted:  3 days, 7 hours ago

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My pneumatic tanker job

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Posted:  3 days, 16 hours ago

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I screwed up

Junkyard Dog

Don't beat yourself up too much. We all make mistakes from time to time, and learn from them, whether it is professional or personal. I think the fact that your company has not sent you directly back to the terminal, should give you a little assurance. I know that when I have had close calls with my 4 wheeler, I am always a little more cautious after. So just remember, what you learn from it and stay positive.

Chris

Posted:  3 days, 16 hours ago

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My pneumatic tanker job

Amish Country

Sounds like things are going well. Way to go. Keep on keeping on!!

Chris

Posted:  3 days, 18 hours ago

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DHT Orientation Monday!

Congrats!!

Posted:  4 days, 18 hours ago

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Schneider - Diesel Driving Academy

Congrats!!

Posted:  4 days, 18 hours ago

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The Joys of small town receivers.

Right, who doesn't like homemade banana bread....Maybe you should have the wife make an extra, so you don't have to part with one of yours lol....

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Posted:  4 days, 18 hours ago

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Cdl training

Hello

Here are a few links on here you can start looking at.

Paid CDL Training Programs;

High Road CDL Training Program;

Apply For Paid CDL Training

Most will tell you company sponsored training is the way to go, plus other than the 1 year (ish) commitment after completing training there will be little to no cost for getting your CDL.

Best of luck.

Posted:  5 days, 11 hours ago

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Schneider training is changing

Robsteeler

So where are you with Schnieder now? Are you with a trainer OTR?

Chris

Posted:  5 days, 18 hours ago

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Drug testing

Is that Urine testing only question?

Posted:  5 days, 18 hours ago

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Prime CDL Training

Good call. I would rather be early and rested than last and spent..... Esp, if you are taking the bus, and have to rely on a schedule that could get you delayed to the following week....

Posted:  6 days, 12 hours ago

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Jim Palmer Trucking - Missoula MT

Congrats on the first week plus of training...

Posted:  6 days, 12 hours ago

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61 And Starting Drivers Solutions CDL Training Monday

Dan S

Congrats on the CDL.

Chris

Posted:  1 week ago

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Passed my test

Congrats!!

Posted:  1 week ago

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Trainers Deal Breakers

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Those all seem reasonable Rainy..lol

Posted:  1 week ago

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CFI at Crowder College

Hey Don

I am sure that kind of frustration is across the board at all carriers. I feel like the more I read, and "kinda" understand, that managing the clock will probably be my greatest challenge since there are certain aspects you can't personally control. Stay Safe..

Chris

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Local food service as a rookie

Rob

WOW, that truck is disgusting. Yeah, I would show up early if need to be to NOT get that truck. Some people suck. As far as the big fella sweating so bad, I think you hit it on the head.

What are the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?

•You may have heavy sweating. •You may feel faint, dizzy, weak, or tired. •You may have a headache. •You may breathe fast or feel like your heart is beating faster than normal. •You may have muscle cramps. •You may have nausea or vomiting.

I bet this guy took all weekend to start feeling better....Hope he is back to work today.

Safe Travels. Chris

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