PAM Transport, in association with The Larson Group/Peterbilt, and Bravo3Zero apparel, are proud to present our Patriot Ride Fleet as a way to honor our uniformed service members past and present. Each unit is designed to pay tribute to a specific branch, and the professional men and women at their helms are veterans of the respective branch. They continue to serve their country by safely delivering the goods needed to keep America moving. We affectionately refer to them as Ambassadors.
Declaring our independence from the tyrannical rule of King George of England was bold and dangerous, and it would not be without significant sacrifice. As demonstrated in the work of the Statue of Liberty, those early Americans were willing to stand and fight for liberty. “We sleep safely in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would harm us” – Edmund Burke
The Army motto. Every individual entering American military service will raise their right hands and take an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic…”
A young boy salutes the spirits of the men who landed on the beaches of Normandy during the D-Day invasion.
Pappy Boyington, leader of the Black Sheep Squadron was certainly a “rough cut” individual, but extremely effective in developing close air support tactics during WW2 for their fellow Marines on the ground. Check out this video to learn more.
The Navajo code talkers are credited with not only the Marines’ success at Iwo Jima, but turning the tide of the war for America and the Allied troops by deploying their unbreakable code. Check out this last interview with WW2 Marine, Corporal Chester Nez. Godspeed Marine
Semper Fidelis! Latin for “Always Faithful.” Though the words are simple, its use communicates a much deeper message of brotherhood, esprit de corps, and willingness to be there for, and if necessary, sacrifice oneself for his fellow Marines.
After being commissioned in 1944, and having served through WW2, Korea, and the Gulf War, the Iowa Class Battleship, USS Wisconsin fires its 16 inch guns for the final time.
The Squid representing the affectionate appellation for our Navy brothers and sisters.
The tidal power as he emerges from below the surface in salute to our submariners.
Through people like Happ Arnold, James Doolittle, and groups like the Tuskegee Airmen, our Air Force has a rich history of overcoming obstacles for the quest of air superiority in defense of America.
The A10 Thunderbolt, also referred to as the “Warthog” because of the sound made by its 30mm Cannon, is a beloved aircraft not just to the Air Force, but by ground troops who depend on it for close air support.
Introduced in the mid 1960’s, the strategic reconnaissance aircraft or SR-71 “Blackbird” (left) was intended as a replacement to the U-2 Spy plane. Flying at up to 85,000 feet or 16 miles high, at speeds of Mach 3.5 or 2,200 miles per hour.
The F-16 fighter jet (right) had its first flight in 1974. This is the most prolific fighter jet in the world and is still in service today.