Many veterans enter the workforce with specific skills and advantages that make them uniquely qualified for Transportation and Logistics. Use these resources to learn more.

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From Staff Sergeant in the National Guard to Success at Legion Logistics, LLC


Legion Logistics is a third-party logistics provider based in Florence, Kentucky. The company connects customers with products to ship with carriers who can ship them. Legion serves the Continental United States, Canada, and parts of Mexico. In 2014, Legion had more than $25...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

Navy Sonar Tech Succeeds at Nordco


Nordco supplies North American Class 1 railroads, regional and short-line railroads, and public transit systems. The company also serve industries that rely heavily on rail transportation, including the port authority, agriculture, mining, chemicals, and energy industries.

Nordco helps...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

From F-1 Maintenance for the Air Force to Success at UPS


UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain and freight services. The company’s core focus is the distribution of goods—and the information that accompanies those goods. UPS also provides supply chain-management services, including warehousing,...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

Navy Helicopter Pilot Succeeds at FedEx


FedEx Corporation provides transportation, e-commerce, and business services to consumers and businesses worldwide. The company serves 220 countries and territories. It has annual revenues of $47 billion and employs more than 325,000 people.

FedEx Services needs individuals with...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015