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Awaiting the Call to Arms

When Bandit, a trucker who wishes to remain anonymous because of the sensitive nature of the U.S. Army's Special Forces, chose not to re-enli...

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Frankly Speaking

The majority of truck drivers I know are brutally honest on most issues. One can appreciate hard-working people who have little use for splitt...

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Moving America Forward

This issue of Truckers News is dedicated to the men and women of the trucking industry who have assisted New York City and Washington, ...

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XM Satellite Radio Goes Live

XM Satellite Radio launched its service Sept. 25, becoming the first subscription-based satellite radio service to go live. The service fea...

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A Show of Kindness

Jerry and Judy Reese, owner-operators leased to the Center for American Jobs, were on their way to a truck show in Michigan when news of the S...

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Fighting the Good Fight

One of the worst things that can happen to a woman is to find a lump in one or both of her breasts. Breast cancer can also occur in men, altho...

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A Show of Kindness

Jerry and Judy Reese, owner-operators leased to the Center for American Jobs, were on their way to a truck show in Michigan when news of the S...

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Moving On

Even as they began striking back at those behind the terrible attacks of Sept. 11, our leaders asked us to continue living our lives as normal...

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Frankly Speaking

The majority of truck drivers I know are brutally honest on most issues. One can appreciate hard-working people who have little use for splitt...

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DOT Plans Grants for Hazmat Training

The U.S. Department of Transportation will give $12.8 million to states, territories and Native American tribes for hazmat planning and traini...

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