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Uniformed, Government & Military Travel services and logistics is a discipline with requirements and standards that transcend the complexity of civilian ones. Many unique challenges come with its scale, including high-security locations and the transport of military equipment. Bus.com offers GSA-compliantDoD-approved secure and efficient military transportation bus charters.
Bus.com has experience supporting the Armed Forces expertly, safely, and efficiently. With our DoD-approved or GSA-approved providers, we are equipped to handle the transportation needs of hundreds of government officials and military personnel. Our online booking tool makes planning bus charters for large-scale events involving multiple units and m ultiple locations easy.
The coach bus fits a maximum of 55 passengers, while the school bus fits up to 47, the mini coach bus up to 32, and the minibus up to 21. If you have chosen a school bus and you’re moving a lot of luggage or supplies, reserve a few seats for it. Sprinter vans have an average capacity between 8 and 15, depending on the vehicle.
Absolutely. If your government employees group is large and you still want to move everyone at once, use our intuitive booking tool or contact our 24/7 booking specialists.
Yes, it is possible to rent a sprinter van that can be driven by a member of your group.
Generally speaking, coach buses come with the most amenities, with WiFi, power outlets, air conditioning, and onboard restrooms. Like the coach bus, the mini-coach bus can be equipped with WiFi and A/C. School buses and minibuses are more basic in their amenities, but still offer comfortable seats and adequate leg room.
Yes, Bus.com offers a selection of vehicles from DoD approved carriers.
Bus.com’s support team is there for you 24/7. Please reach out by calling us 1-855-428-7266 or emailing us at email@example.com. Also, don’t forget to check out our full FAQ to see if your question is answered there.
The Department of Defence (DoD) is one of the two US executive branches responsible for the US Armed Forces. The DoD sets a minimum required standard for any vehicles and drivers who are transporting DoD personnel.
Each DoD-approved carrier is required to maintain an agreement, party to the Military Bus Agreement (MBA), which is kept on file at the Defence Travel Management Office (DTMO).
Yes, Bus.com has a selection of fully equipped charter buses from DoD approved carriers that meet all DoD safety standards and requirements. Please contact us for more details.
Military transportation requires a higher degree of logistical prowess and security than is seen in civilian transportation. At Bus.com, our shuttle services are GSA-compliant and DoD-approved. We can help you handle the intricacies of organizing transportation of military equipment and personnel to high-security locations without complications. Our experience serving the Armed Forces makes us the best choice for organizing a military shuttle service.Learn more
The military forces of the United States are officially called the Armed Forces. The Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are the two executive branches that both create and carry out the military policy. In the United States, there are eight uniformed services with six armed services among them.
The Army of the United States is the official name for the conscripted force of the Army that may be raised at the time of mobilization for war.
The Air Force is the component responsible for the military’s aircraft and air operations.
The Space Force is the youngest branch responsible for space warfare operations.
The Coast Guard protects the security of the coastal borders.
The Public Health Service Commissioned Corps is the first of the two non-combat services responsible for health emergencies and operations.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps, is the second non-combat scientific agency carrying our essential research and prognostic functions.
June 4, 2020