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Why Military Veterans Make Great Truck Drivers

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Trucker Wayne talks about some of the reasons why Military Veterans make great truck drivers.

Watch this video for quick overview on the helpful habits that are learned in the military.

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Abandoned dogs transformed by Prisoners to help Military Veterans

Abandoned dogs transformed by Prisoners to help Military Veterans

To save the lives of animals in danger while enriching the lives of people. It’s our mission statement, it’s what drives each of us at PAART. Every flight, every road trip, every late night call forces us to ask one question, what if we don’t help? What chain of events will transpire if we don’t help that one animal. People ask us what motivates you to go out and try and save an animal? The answer is that our assistance will ultimately help the men and women whose lives are changed by an animal who could have just been put down. Once in a while a mission comes along that solidifies our deep belief in the power of giving a second chance.

Animals are often found in the gravest of conditions when they enter a shelter. Durango was found living alone under a bridge. Cut off from human contact, he lived a lonely life of solitude. Buffy spent her whole life tied to a chain, never knowing the instinctual joy of roaming around, tongue waving, tail wagging, galloping with the wind blowing her ears back. She was trapped in a 6 foot diameter with no one willing to release her. Durango and Buffy, along with Peyton and River, would not have made it in a shelter. They were too far gone, too broken to be adopted.

Instead of giving up on them they were given a unique opportunity to take part in a special program with the Morgan County Animal Shelter and the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex. The dogs would be paired with an inmate, live inside with them in their jail cells, and slowly be trained to re-enter society. Along the way, something incredible happens to the inmate. They too start the healing process. They learn to care for something. They learn to love something. They learn to change. Inmates who participate in the program have a lower recidivism rate than other prisoners. Instead of warehousing criminals and then sending them back out, these prisoners are rehabilitated. Watching hardened men in orange jumpsuits cry when they say goodbye to their companions when they are finally ready to leave is powerful. It reminds us that without giving Durango, Buffy, Peyton, and River a second chance these boys, who are trying to become men, could have been lost to an endless stream of incarceration.

PAART Pilots Jonathan Plesset and Brian Moody would be link that connects two powerful stories. Brian is an active duty KC-135 Pilot with the Air National Guard. When he learned about the details of this incredible story he knew in his heart that he had to help. All four dogs would be flying to Pals4Pets in New York where they would be given to a Military Veternan free of charge. Buffy was adopted by Steven and his wife. He was an Air Force pilot in Vietnam. Durango would be taken home by Anthony, an Afghanistan War veternan who was suffering from PTSD. Durango would go on to become a service animal for Anthony. Peyton was adopted by Erinn, and 85 year old WW2 Nurse. River’s adoption is pending.

What if none of this had happened? What if these four dogs had just been put down? How easy would it have been to just determine that they were unfit for adoption? This story reminds us of the power of a second chance. Each step along this path has reinforced in our hearts that all lives matter. The dogs, the Military Veterans who need these positive forces in their lives, and even the prisoners whose debt to society is being paid in the good their actions brought others. Helping animals is about helping mankind. There is no better example for us than in this story. Thank you to all of the people involved in making this special mission happen. Kathy Sexton from Morgan County Animal Shelter, Laurie Norson from Pals4Pets, Jonathan Plesset, Brian Moody, Mary Kennedy Withrow, and Brittany Lewkowicz from PAART, and the inmates and handlers from the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex.

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Why Military Veterans Make Great Truck Drivers

Follow Trucker Wayne’s blog here: https://greatcdltraining.com/blog/author/wayne-cragg?dnis=9825

Trucker Wayne talks about some of the reasons why Military Veterans make great truck drivers.

Watch this video for quick overview on the helpful habits that are learned in the military.

Follow Trucker Wayne’s blog here: https://greatcdltraining.com/blog/author/wayne-cragg?dnis=9825

Ready to Start a Trucking Career?
Driver Solutions can help you get started with PAM Transport just like we did for Wayne. Learn more about our Sponsored CDL Training program. Apply online to get on the road to making up to $50,000 in the first year as a truck driver.

Go to: http://www.greatcdltraining.com/?dnis=9825 for more information on the Driver Solutions program and to Apply!

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Why Military Veterans Make Great Truck Drivers

Follow Trucker Wayne’s blog here: https://greatcdltraining.com/blog/author/wayne-cragg?dnis=9825

Trucker Wayne talks about some of the reasons why Military Veterans make great truck drivers.

Watch this video for quick overview on the helpful habits that are learned in the military.

Follow Trucker Wayne’s blog here: https://greatcdltraining.com/blog/author/wayne-cragg?dnis=9825

Ready to Start a Trucking Career?
Driver Solutions can help you get started with PAM Transport just like we did for Wayne. Learn more about our Sponsored CDL Training program. Apply online to get on the road to making up to $50,000 in the first year as a truck driver.

Go to: http://www.greatcdltraining.com/?dnis=9825 for more information on the Driver Solutions program and to Apply!

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Pack Buddy saves dogs and military veterans with service dogs

Pack Buddy saves dogs and military veterans with service dogs

Save a rescue dog and save a military veteran. More than 40 military veterans commit suicide every day. PTSD and head trauma cause severe depression. Service dogs help save lives. Pack Buddy apparel donates money to this cause. Dog Evolution raises money to train service dogs for veterans for free.

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Military Immigration And Citizenship: Deported Veterans And Expedited Naturalization Failures

Military Immigration And Citizenship: Deported Veterans And Expedited Naturalization Failures

This video discusses the topic of military immigration and citizenship, focusing on the plight of deported veterans and expedited citizenship.

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Under current immigration law, immigrants who have legal status, are eligible to join and seek citizenship through military service after one year of honorable service during periods of peace time and after one day of honorable service during periods of hostilities. This is commonly referred to the expedited naturalization process.

However, as the amount of deported military veterans attests, the expedited citizenship through military service procedures often leave immigrants in a position that they remain vulnerable to deportation and removal from the United States several years after their tour of duty has ended.

Such procedural shortcomings are reflected not only for immigrant veterans after their days in the military have ended, but also in the treatment towards applicants for the current MAVNI program created for legal non-immigrants, who also seek military citizenship and naturalization.

At present, two pieces of federal legislation hold the key, First, Senate Bill 1704, the Veterans Visa and Protection Act. Second, House Bill 3429, the Repatriate Our Patriots Act. These bills carry the potential for restoring a semblance of dignity for deported immigrant veterans presently living abroad.

This video is produced by Batara Immigration Law, https://www.bataraimmigrationlaw.com

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Student Veterans Transitioning from Military to Higher Education

Student Veterans share their stories about their struggles with accessing their education benefits, dealing with Veterans Affairs, as well as the success and camaraderie they found in pursuing higher education.

Learn more about the Veterans Education Project: https://veteranseducationproject.org

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Topics include transitioning out of the military, going to college, using the GI Bill (post 911 gi bill, montgomery gi bill, forever gi bill), Veterans benefits, Veterans in higher education, what it’s like to be a Student Veteran, how Veterans are treated, experience as a Veteran, VA benefits, facts about Veterans, college credits for Veterans, trade schools for Veterans, etc.

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HOW I GOT MY DEGREE WHILE IN THE MILITARY FOR FREE?

HOW I GOT MY DEGREE WHILE IN THE MILITARY FOR FREE?

This video I discuss these steps when in the military how to start school and how I did it. This is not tax or financial advice, but some ways I have used my resources.

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