Hey Y’all It’s Jammer With Some News

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Jammer a's Comment
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I want to start this off with thank y’all for all the help you’ve given me and made my experience driving a truck a success I’m back in the oil field working because my youngest daughter asked me to stop driving to be loved my journey thru this I’ve learned and been thru a lot out here on the road in 7 months I’ve done the lower 48 twice and some areas more than twice😀 I’m going n thru a divorce and I’m hopeful to work thru this with my family I was out here doin this for my family and it kinda backfired on me!! My wife called me and said my youngest is crying her self to sleep and wants me home more so I went back to my old job and I’m now home every night with a week off !! Mike b and Georgia mike and pack rat I owe you 3 everything I started at western express and learned how to drive and went to Frey Miller and I killed it !! All from what I learned from here and pack rat and mike b and Georgia mike helping me all the way thru this more to follow as I update safe travels and god bless you all jammer


Transportation Worker Identification Credential

Truck drivers who regularly pick up from or deliver to the shipping ports will often be required to carry a TWIC card.

Your TWIC is a tamper-resistant biometric card which acts as both your identification in secure areas, as well as an indicator of you having passed the necessary security clearance. TWIC cards are valid for five years. The issuance of TWIC cards is overseen by the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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I'm truly sorry to hear of your family issues. My dad worked freight RR and we just accepted that he'd be gone 2-4 days at a time and slept odd hours.

I hope you can get things straightened out. Don't be a stranger tho.


Old School's Comment
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Wishing you the best Jammer!

I am sorry to hear about your troubles at home. I understand it though. This is a tough job. It takes everybody on board to make it work. I've often said the folks at home make just as many sacrifices as the person on the road. Keep in touch if you can. You've done a great job out here. I wish you continued success in the oil fields.

Jammer a's Comment
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Thank you 2 I won’t be a stranger I just gotta help my kids as much as I can right now and get some money built up at the same time on a good note I’m being made a tool pusher so the money part is good!!

JakeBreak's Comment
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Good job jammer. Nothing is more important than family and while I'm sorry to hear what your going through I've been there. Mine was kind of the opposite lol I didn't get divorced until I took the local job. I'm glad to hear the oilfield is picking back up though and just don't be a stranger. It harder to keep up on the forum when your local though.

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