Judy Haff, chief of the Army Contracting Command (ACC) at Tobyhanna Army Depot, discusses present and emerging opportunities during a contracting symposium that drew more than 100 attendees and businesses.

Journey to government partnership hot topic at showcase

Small business gained new insight on partnering with federal and state governments during a contracting symposium held recently at a local community college.


Tobyhanna Army Depot technicians have installed nearly 200 wireless access points across the depot that will improve shop floor automation and provide increased data entry capabilities. The project is aimed at providing two-way communication capabilities to and from automatic identification technology devices.

Wireless network increases computer capabilities, improves automation

Four teams of technicians here have finished installing nearly 200 wireless access points across Tobyhanna Army Depot that will improve shop floor automation and provide increased data entry capabilities.


From left, Gerald Rhyder, a machinist at Tobyhanna Army Depot, shows Pfc. Robert Wray, Sgt. Anthony Stoica and Sgt. Jason Scofield various drill bits used in metalwork.

Michigan guardsmen hone combat skills in depot shops

Dozens of National Guardsmen from the 1073rd Support Maintenance Company, Greenville, Michigan, spent two weeks here honing their skills through a wide range of training opportunities.


From left: Tobyhanna Army Depot's Lead Interdisciplinary Engineer Ngoc Dang, Electronics Worker Joseph Brungard and a Soldier assigned to a field artillery unit in the Republic of Korea perform upgrades that will give Firefinder Radar Systems increased reliability.

Team Tobyhanna fields upgraded Firefinders in Korea

A six-member fielding team from Tobyhanna Army Depot travelled to the Republic of Korea to replace components on a number of AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 radars.


William Moody, a network information technology specialist at Tobyhanna Army Depot, monitors network performance to ensure adequate bandwidth is allocated to critical operations. Moody and other technicians of the Network Operations Branch support the Tobyhanna Installation Campus Area Network by identifying effective methods to deliver Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Information Management services to the depot, tenant activities and Scranton Army Ammunition Plant.

Army civilians maintain sophisticated computer network

William Moody, a network information technology specialist here, monitors network performance to ensure adequate bandwidth is allocated to critical operations.


Tobyhanna Army Depot is undergoing a massive, multi-year effort to modernize facilities. The $102 million investment includes everything from replacing thousands of lights to updating nearly 200,000 square feet of industrial and engineering space in the heart of the electronics maintenance complex.

Multi-million $ modernization sets stage for future

Work to close a "missing link" in Tobyhanna's modernization plan has begun in Building 1A. The five-phase plan includes an infrastructural overhaul of the building's water, electrical, heating and sewer systems.



Quick response for CENTCOM garners teamwork award

Army civilians earn accolades for going above, beyond

Lighting upgrade saves energy, maintenance costs

Soldiers benefit from new CROWS maintenance training program

Short-term solution increases capacity, eliminates backlog

News Notes

The Tobyhanna Army Depot Chapter of the Association of the
United States Army (AUSA) will host a Commanders Cup Golf
Tournament on Aug. 15 at the Scranton Municipal Golf Course
in Mount Cobb. The cost is $85 per golfer [$80 if an AUSA
member]. The captain and crew tourney will raise funds for
AUSA programs, The Fisher House and the Army Emergency
Relief Fund. Fees include cart, refreshments and buffet
dinner after the match. Prizes will be awarded in several
categories. For more information or to register to participate,
contact the One Stop Shop, (570) 615-8851.

Did You Know

May 24, 1944: Tobyhanna Air Corps Storage Depot, Col. George G. Cressey commanding, announced plans for a one-day open house, noting the need for a post-war shift from a military to civilian work force.

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The Department of the Army’s Office of the Provost Marshal General, in conjunction with the Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7, approved a new Army anti-terrorism awareness program.

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Winter in Tobyhanna, PA.


Depot Status

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Mission & Vision

Mission Statement

Provide Superior Logistics Support
including Sustainment, Fabrication, Integration and Field Support to Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR)
Systems for the Joint Warfighter-Worldwide.

Vision Statement

The Department of Defense C4ISR Logistics Support Center of Choice for Warfighter Readiness and Transformation.


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Last update 25 June, 2015