Soldiers from the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), Fort Drum, New York, deliver turn-in material to Tobyhanna Army Depot via a CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift transport helicopter. The equipment was transported on a flatbed truck to a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Distribution storage facility here. The tenant organization supports the Defense Department's communications/electronics industry by providing retail and wholesale distribution support. DLA receives, stores and issues systems ranging from communications; command, control and computers; and intelligence/electronic warfare to satellite communications systems. DLA commander Lt. Col. John Turner and Nance Rice, DLA wholesale chief, coordinated the effort with Capt. Chase Roe and Maj. Linwood Hilton of the 10th CAB.

Special delivery

Soldiers from the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), Fort Drum, New York, deliver turn-in material to Tobyhanna Army Depot via a CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift transport helicopter.

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Mark Yeninas, an electronics worker at Tobyhanna Army Depot, installs an indoor wireless access point in a building at Letterkenny Army Depot.

Tobyhanna brings network back to life, continues wireless mission

Tobyhanna Army Depot personnel recently routed more than 16 miles of cat-6 cable to 539 wireless access points at Letterkenny Army Depot, or LEAD, marking the ninth and most recent site across the Army Materiel Command, or AMC, to receive an upgraded wireless local area network, or WLAN.

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Felicia Wolverton, an electronics worker at Tobyhanna Army Depot, tests a power distribution panel for the AN/TPS-75 Radar System. Wolverton and other technicians in the depot's Surveillance Systems Branch repair, modify, test and install components and subassemblies on Air Force AN/TPS-75 and Marine Corps AN/TPS-63 and AN/TPS-59 radar systems.

Tobyhanna supports Air Force and Marine Corps radars

Felicia Wolverton, an electronics worker at Tobyhanna Army Depot, tests a power distribution panel for the AN/TPS-75 Radar System.

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Tobyhanna Army Depot is embarking on a new mission to support software used in communications-electronics systems. Continual advances in computing, communication and information technologies have opened the door for Tobyhanna to begin producing a large, highly-skilled technical force of field software engineers. The effort is in cooperation with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command to provide software sustainment for the military.

Advances in IT open doors to software sustainment

A partnership between Tobyhanna Army Depot and the Software Engineering Center (SEC) is helping shape the future of software sustainment for the military's communications-electronics systems. The SEC is part of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command.

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From left: Corey Petruncio, Patricia Decker, Vince Shuta, Jack Scott and Carl Harshbarger examine and evaluate a Long Range Advance Scout Surveillance System prior to reprogramming the circuit cards at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Tobyhanna workforce improves processes, realizes $25 million financial benefit

Do-It-Yourself (DIY)-type projects saved Tobyhanna a bundle by cutting labor hours and material costs during fiscal year 2015.

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Mike McKeefery (right), chief of the Systems Integration and Support Directorate's Fabrication and Assembly Division, shows an aluminum signal entrance panel formed in the Sheet Metal Fabrication Branch to (from left) CW2 Brian McLeod, CW2 David Hammel, CW2 Keith Graham, CW2 Kelshall Williams and CW4 Shelton Mickel during a tour of the depot's mission areas.

Advanced course teaches warrant officers Lean, sustainment

Five Army chief warrant officers from across the country recently spent two weeks at Tobyhanna Army Depot participating in Phase II of the Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC).

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Headlines

Taking a closer look at quality

Millions paid to small businesses, Tobyhanna exceeds Army's goals

Army, Navy link up for sophisticated weapon install

4 Tobyhanna employees honored for outstanding performance

Tobyhanna CDC promotes high-quality early learning; earns reaccreditation as a top education, care facility

News Notes

"Save the Date"
Industry Day Event at Tobyhanna Army Depot
April 12-14, 2016!!

Join this extraordinary opportunity to explore our capabilities and learn how to partner with us!
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Visitor Control Center (VCC)
The Tobyhanna Visitor Control Center (VCC) at the Scranton
Gate is now open. Operating hours are Monday thru Friday,
6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Employees and residents should make
visitors aware of this change. Visitors during these hours
will be required to report through the VCC for background
check verification, visitor badging and vehicle/parking permit
unless in possession of a valid Common Access Card,
Tobyhanna Badge, or active/reserve/dependent/retiree DoD
ID card (DD Form 2).
Questions should be directed to the Security Operations
Desk at (570) 615-7550.

 

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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Stars and Stripes

A snowy and icy welcome to Tobyhanna Army Depot


Depot Status

Tobyhanna is OPEN
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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 5 February, 2016