Tobyhanna Army Depot
Tobyhanna, PA 18466, USA

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Welcome

Workers prepare a site for the new radome shelter on Tobyhanna Army Depot’s Powder Smoke Ridge. (Photo by Steve Grzezdzinski, October 2016) Tobyhanna Army Depot is in the Pocono Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, in Monroe County. The depot is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for command, control,

History

The communications systems on the AN/MSQ-135 mobile tower systems are being upgraded at Tobyhanna Army Depot. (Photo by Jacqueline Boucher, September 2016) The depot has served the nation since opening in 1953. However, the Army has maintained a nearly continuous presence in Tobyhanna since 1912, when the site was first

Arrival

Robin Seigfried, sheet metal mechanic, sands body filler on the roof of an AN/MPS-T1 radar control van. All of the hoses are part of the festooning system that supplies working air, electrical and vacuum suction for sanding. The various hoses are intentionally located overhead on a track system that provide

Life on the Depot

A soldier from the 25th Infantry Brigade Combat Team installs an AS-3900 single channel ground and airborne radio system antenna assembly on a heavy expanded mobility tactical truck A4. (Photo by Justin Eimers, February 2017) Housing Office The Tobyhanna Army Depot Housing Office manages 42 government-owned, on-post family quarters. Housing

Exploring the Local Area

Gen. Carlson waves the green flag at the start of the race during the Pocono NASCAR 500 race for their military appreciation day. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Marie Harmon, June 2008) Tobyhanna Army Depot is in Monroe County, which is part of the Pocono Mountains. The Poconos cover 2,400 square

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Summit brings Army industry leaders new perspective

Story by SGT Eben Boothby on 09/05/2017 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. - To develop efficient and effective management practices, Army Organic Industrial Base commanders met at Army Materiel Command headquarters for a summit Aug. 28-30. A crucial element of the national defense strategy, the Army Organic Industrial Base consists of 23

TRADOC Commander to Army War College graduates: Invest this education in your units

Story by Curtis Keester on 07/28/2017 CARLISLE BARRACKS, Pa. (July 28, 2017) -- "This class exemplifies grit, determination and professionalism," said Maj. Gen. Bill Rapp as he addressed his final graduating class as the commandant of the U.S. Army War College, 2014-2017. From Wheelock Bandstand he congratulated 385 members of

Hard working teams making critical SATCOM upgrade reality

Story by Anthony Ricchiazzi on 03/21/2017 TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. Tobyhanna continues to move the military's worldwide communications closer to real time via installation of state-of-the-art satellite communications terminals. Technicians are installing AN/GSC-52B terminals, which are part of the Department of Defense's Modernization of Enterprise Terminals acquisition program. These terminal
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