Our Traffic Specialists have served in our Armed Forces both domestic and abroad
Fort Bliss located in El Paso, Texas named for Lieutenant Colonel William Wallace Smith Bliss, is a United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) installation.
Fort Bliss is the Army's second-largest installation station where I worked as traffic management coordinator.
I was stationed in Germany and Italy where I served in the Armed forces.
In that time, I also raised a family.
Fort Jackson is the United States Army's center for Basic Combat Training of 36,000 and 8,000 advanced individual training of Soldiers each year.
From Basic Training at Fort Jackson I was sent to Fort Eustis, Virginia for advanced individual training specializing in Surface Deployment and Distribution.
Military Traffic Management responsibilities included the coordination of air, rail and surface transportation for military equipment, personnel and goods both domestic and international.
Fort Biggs is designated a military power projection platform, the home of the United States Army 1st Armored Division Airfield of the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division and the headquarters for the El Paso Intelligence Center.
I worked with the state verifying permits for over-sized vehicles and convoys. My office was open 24 hours during training. Oversee the loading and offloading of military aircraft, personnel and rail heads that included tanks and HMMWV.