Bus.com provides secure and efficient military transportation in the Los Angeles area.
California has 32 active military bases and installations – more than most other US states – and hosts every military branch within its borders. Los Angeles‘s base is particularly famous as the birthplace and the center for excellence for Space and Missile Systems Center.
Bus.com expertly manages every challenge that comes with the scale, high-security locations, and the transport of the military equipment.
Bus.com works with Bus Partners are DoD-approved and GSA-compliant and consistently meet safety criteria. Bus.com is equipped to handle the large-scale and urgent transportation needs of government officials and military personnel.
Bus.com's innovative and transparent trip planning tool can offer the Armed Forces the best values available for the locations inputted, even if it involves multiple units and multiple locations.
Bus.com has a long record of punctuality and reliability. For large and complex trips, enjoy the benefit of a dedicated account manager.
Members of the Armed Forces, reserve component members, and civilian contractors perform a variety of essential social functions and assist the communities of Los Angeles and counties. Bus.com offers a variety of bus types available for use in charter rental or shuttle service roles, including:
A school bus is a functional and cost-efficient vehicle that can accommodate up to 47 passengers. A school bus military charter is an excellent choice for personnel transportation across the vast Los Angeles metropolitan area, bringing new recruits to the base, shuttle between the base and the field training, or carrying troops for emergency assistance.
A coach bus is an excellent choice in the hot Los Angeles weather, especially for the members of the uniformed services. Its A/C and other added comfort features serve well in every case when the destination is over a 2.5 hour drive or if the group carries equipment. Coach buses accommodate up to 55 passengers, and have a dedicated luggage area, power outlets, and on-board restroom. Coach buses work well for gathering reservists for the training, bringing cadets to the exercise, or carrying officers to a meeting. This feature-rich vehicle can even be used as a mobile "operation base.
Mini coach bus and minibus share features with the full-size coach bus and classic school bus, but are more compact, making them the most prudent choice for smaller groups. Minibuses work great as a regular shuttle service across a large military bases.
The Department of Defence (DoD) sets and enforces the requirements and standards for the Uniformed, Government & Military personnel transportation. Their purpose is to ensure the safe and secure travel of Armed Forces members.
The main document outlining the DoD guidelines for charter bus services, personnel logistics, and inspection procedures carried out by Transportation Coordinators and Officers the Military Bus Agreement, also known as the MBA Standards of Service. All DoD-approved commercial bus charter providers are kept on file at the Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO). Our Bus Partners who provide services to military personnel comply with the MBA agreement for vehicles, drivers, and management.
The March Air Reserve Base March Air Reserve Base (March ARB) is located in Riverside County, California. It hosts the Air Force Reserve Command's Fourth Air Force (4 AF) Headquarters and the 452d Air Mobility Wing. In addition to multiple units of the Air Force Reserve Command supporting Air Mobility Command, Air Combat Command, and Pacific Air Forces, March ARB is also home to units from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps Reserve units, as well as California Air and Army National Guard. The facility is also home to multiple medical, engineering, and support groups.
The Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB) is the only active-duty facility in Los Angeles county. It is located in El Segundo, California. Also situated here is the Los Angeles Air Force Base Headquarters of Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), part of the US Air Force Space Command. The base leads the research and development as well as the procurement and maintaining of space systems. The base is supported by the 61st Air Base Group, which takes care of the logistics, readiness, medical, and other services for SMC and other DoD units around the Los Angeles area. Other notable units include the Advanced Systems and Development Directorate, Global Positioning Systems Directorate, Space Superiority Systems Directorate, and more.
The Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base (JFTB – Los Al or just JFTB) is a joint base in Los Alamitos, California. In the past, the base used to be a Naval Air Station, but it is now under the command of the US Army as the Los Alamitos Army Airfield. The primary purpose is to maintain high quality, safe airfields and repair facilities for all branches of the US Armed Forces. The base is serviced by 850 full-time employees and more than 6,000 National Guard and Reserve troops. JFTB has significant training capacity including an Aquatics Training Center with an Olympic-size swimming pool
The March Air Reserve Base March Air Reserve Base (March ARB) is located in Riverside County, California. It hosts the Air Force Reserve Command’s Fourth Air Force (4 AF) Headquarters and the 452d Air Mobility Wing. In addition to multiple units of the Air Force Reserve Command supporting Air Mobility Command, Air Combat Command, and Pacific Air Forces, March ARB is also home to units from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps Reserve units, as well as California Air and Army National Guard. The facility is also home to multiple medical, engineering, and support groups.
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