“The Army offers training in more than 150 different career paths,” says the official U.S. Army recruiting website, “and as an active duty soldier you will have access to all of them. Choose from jobs in art, science, intelligence, combat, aviation, engineering, law and more. There is no limit to what you can achieve.”
With a sweet demeanor, infectious laugh and 5-foot, 4-inch frame, it’s hard to picture Kari Paulson at the wheel of a mammoth machine traveling down the highway.
As a man of few words, with a soft-spoken voice and a determined attitude, owner-operator Jim Goad has his nose to the grindstone.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Trucker Norman Breland still finds the awe-inspiring Hoover Dam and what is just around the bend from it, one of his favorite sights on the road.
Johnelle DeBusk Hunt has seen trucking go through deregulation in 1980 and watched the company her late husband Johnnie Bryan Hunt started with her help go from five trucks and seven trailers in December 1969, to the mega carrier J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. is today.