Department of Defense (DOD) Team Driving with ATS Secure

Earn $6,500 — $8,000 each week hauling TPS (Transportation Protection Services) and AA&E (Arms, Ammunition and Explosives) Freight.



High-Paying DOD Team Driving Jobs Where You Make a Difference

Do you want to haul freight others only dream about?
Haul unique freight. Serve our troops. Make more money than you’ve ever made driving before. 

You're looking for a lucrative trucking career. You desire a high-responsibility position with the promise of big rewards. Hauling Department of Defense (DOD) freight is a unique, exciting and rewarding opportunity. 
DOD team driving is the trucking career you’ve been looking for, and now you and your driving partner can do it with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS). You may have hauled freight on a military base before, but you’ve never hauled military freight like this. 

Our drivers make between $6,500 and $8,000 hauling exclusive TPS (transportation protective services) and AA&E (arms, ammunition and explosives) freight that requires constant surveillance and DOD security clearances. 

Because you and your driving partner will be transporting sensitive freight, there are some additional requirements you’ll both need to meet. You’ll both need to fill out the SF-86 application. This is a U.S. government questionnaire that helps the government gather information to conduct background investigations on individuals applying for national security positions.
If you're looking for a satisfying career that demands you to be detail-oriented, flexible and organized, and to take control in every situation, your driver consultant can give you further details and guide you through the process. 
Make the best earnings you've ever seen, support our troops, be your own boss and be a part of something bigger.

Options are available for company vans and flatbed drivers and lease vans and flatbed drivers.

ATS DOD team drivers will haul TPS and AA&E freight requiring:

  • Dual-Driver Protective Service (DDP)
  • Protective Security Service (PSS)
  • Satellite Motor Surveillance Service (SNS)

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Earn $6,500-$8,000 WEEKLY per team

Based on REAL weekly averages for ATS DOD team drivers

Benefits of Our Company Program

  • $1,000 orientation completion bonus
  • Per diem at no cost to the driver
  • 2018 or newer Freightliner, Peterbilt or Volvo
  • Vacation pay
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • 401(k)/profit-sharing plan
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee assistance program
  • APUs and inverters in EVERY company driver truck

Benefits of Our Lease Purchase Program:

  • 12-month Lease Purchase
  • Pay on fuel surcharge collected
  • 2018 or newer Freightliner, Peterbilt or Volvo
  • No money down
  • No credit check
  • No fixed expenses for two weeks
  • Catastrophic/30-day "bumper-to-bumper" warranty available
  • Purchase options available at the end of the lease
Be Part of Something Bigger Than Yourself
Make a difference by hauling freight that supports the U.S. Military and earn top-of-the-industry pay while doing it.

Do You Have Questions About Being a DOD Team Driver?
We've Got Answers.

From the discipline it takes to ensure every detail is in place, to the need to have a clean background, being a DOD team driver takes a lot. Here are some common questions about DOD teams so you can decide if it's right for you.

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