Visitors from the Pollution Prevention/Energy Efficiency Roundtable listen as Chemist Chas Valenza talks about the Industrial Wastewater Recycling and Treatment Plant at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Roundtable sparks green ideas to preserve, enhance installation

For the past two decades, Tobyhanna Army Depot has pledged to preserve and enhance the environment it calls home. In that time, depot personnel have sought out the best practices from local, regional and national industry partners and the wisdom gained from these think tanks has paved the way for numerous successful environmental initiatives.


Tobyhanna Army Depot is taking part in the Defense Department effort to enhance and combine its computer networks to improve capability and reliability.

Network modernization improves data sharing capability

The backbone of Tobyhanna's information technology, along with the entire Department of Defense (DoD), is in the process of a major leap forward.


Electronics Mechanic Stephen Waak, Tobyhanna Army Depot, matches paperwork to corresponding vehicles during the stand-up of the Army's first Security Force Assistance Brigade. Tobyhanna personnel traveled to Fort Benning, Georgia, to install and test equipment on more than 70 armored fighting vehicles.

Team Tobyhanna helps stand up new Army brigades

Team Tobyhanna is a crucial component of the Army's strategy to stand up six brigades that will deploy around the world to train foreign allies.


Brig. Gen. Robert Edmonson (center), chief of signal and commandant of U.S. Army Signal School, Fort Gordon, Georgia, listens as Maj. Bobby Webb, commandant of the High Tech Regional Training Site--Maintenance at Tobyhanna Army Depot, discusses equipment, programs of instructions and other capabilities.

Tobyhanna training site impresses senior leader

Brig. Gen. Robert Edmonson, chief of signal and commandant of U.S. Army Signal School, U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon, Georgia, recently visited the High Tech Regional Training Site--Maintenance (HTRTS--M) here to discuss programs of instructions, instructors and equipment, and tour the facility.


Tobyhanna Army Depot firefighters participate in Trench Rescue training. The training included trench configuration and soil types, extrication strategies and tactics, and stabilization and shoring systems.

Trench rescue: Firefighters hone skills to save lives

Firefighters here participate in Trench Rescue training, which consists of classroom instruction and field exercises, to hone skills needed to safely execute trench rescue operations.


KDepot personnel and Communications Electronics Command (CECOM) technicians test a universal manager using hundreds of inline network encryptor devices. From left, CECOM Research, Development and Engineering Center Engineers Brian Gugel and Zachary Browning, Tobyhanna's Electronics Worker John Evanchyk, and Computer Engineer Raymond Hershey from CECOM's Software Engineer Center teamed up to establish a network to ensure functional operation and interoperability.

Tobyhanna assists testing of encryption solution

Tobyhanna is assisting the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) to provide the Army with universal network encryption in the ongoing effort to eliminate the risk from cyber threats.


Did You Know

July 26-27, 1923: Camp Tobyhanna inspected by Maj. Gen. William J. Snow, U.S. Army Chief of Field Artillery.

iWatch logo and linke to more inforamation about the anti-terrorism awareness program

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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The POW/MIA Memorial reflects a fall sunrise at Tobyhanna Army Depot

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Last update 17 November, 2017