Bravo Zulu Landstar: Veteran’s Memorial Move

Landstar Government Services

The A-7’s transport from Pocahontas, Arkansas, into Jacksonville is part of the first phase in constructing a National POW/MIA Memorial and Museum on the decommissioned Navy base.

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Historic Cannons Loaded for Transport

During the five-year project, 25 cannons will be transported to Texas A&M University, where the experts in the Conservation Research Laboratory (CRL) will work to preserve the heavy artillery. 

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Huey B: Moving Vietnam War History

Landstar BCO with Huey B

Landstar Business Capacity Owner (BCO) Wayne Bennett hauled the 1962 Huey B model helicopter from Warsaw, New York, to the Northeast Alabama Regional Airport.

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What Is In The Landstar Van? Irreplaceable Pieces of History

Landstar Dry Van

Some priceless wartime artifacts were secured inside this Landstar dry van – irreplaceable items used by the many men and women who, as they served our country, were captured and held for years in captivity.

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Moving Truck-Racing History

Bandag Bandit

Drivers may talk about seeing the Bandag Bandit on display in Walcott, Iowa, but few can boast about hauling the famous racing truck that set a land speed record of 151 mph in 1988.

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Moving American History

Landstar truckload

From uniforms and weapons to historic medals, Landstar BCOs were honored to haul this freight from the Air Force's Airmen Memorial Museum.

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Haul Helps Re-discover History

heavy haul

Approximately 150 years old – that’s the age of the cannons and Civil War-era artifacts Landstar BCOs hauled from Savannah, Georgia to Texas A&M University, northwest of Houston.

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Custom-Built, Custom-Designed Landstar Solutions

transportation management solutions

Landstar worked closely on site with the approved vendors to prepare the rare pieces for transport all while under the observation by staff from the NHHC.

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Muriel’s Journey: Unique Solutions Move Historic Aircraft

Heavy Haul

The world’s last original 1935 Lockheed Electra L-10E twin engine airplane, called “Muriel,” made her way across the United States from El Cajon, California to Atchison, Kansas this summer thanks to custom solutions provided by Landstar.

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