Air, land, and sea. These are the transportation and distribution modes that both literally and figuratively keep the world moving.
The aviation industry presents several different educational tracks, from aerospace and aeronautics technology to pilot, in-flight crew, air traffic control, flight instructor, and airline and airport ground operations training. Ground transportation training programs exist for students who want to be bus drivers, commercial and long-distance truck drivers, railroad workers, and heavy equipment operators. Educational programs in marine transportation include fishing boat operations, passenger ship, and freighter operations. The logistics of transportation and moving materials throughout the world are complex, leading to many opportunities in the field.
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