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, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (also known as C4ISR) systems across the Department of Defense. Tobyhanna’s corporate philosophy, dedicated workforce and electronics expertise ensure the depot is the joint C4ISR provider of choice for all branches of the armed forces and industry partners.
Tobyhanna’s capabilities include full-spectrum logistics support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, post-production software support, technology insertion, modification, foreign military sales and global field support to joint war fighters.
As a vital member of CECOM Life Cycle Management Command and Army Materiel Command, Tobyhanna Army Depot is the only full-service joint C4ISR maintenance facility in the Department of Defense. The Army has designated Tobyhanna as its center of industrial and technical excellence for C4ISR and electronics, avionics, and missile guidance and control. The Air Force has designated Tobyhanna as its technology repair center for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence and tactical missiles.
The depot also offers a unique environment for nonaccredited sustainment training. War fighters receive individual, hands-on training from depot journeyman technicians in C4ISR equipment and systems. This training is available to all branches and components of the armed forces of the United States.
For more information on Tobyhanna Army Depot, visit www.tobyhanna.army.mil.