James Dillon, an electronics worker at Tobyhanna Army Depot, completes a Joint Precision Air Drop System overhaul by adding a harness to the asset. The Defense Logistics Agency here will store the system until the customer needs it. Dillon works in the depot's Avionics Branch.

Lean tools, teamwork garner Army-level award for excellence

Tobyhanna employees earned a Department of the Army award for using Lean Six Sigma tools to save more than $1 million over three years by simplifying the overhaul and repair processes for an air drop system.


Nine Army chief warrant officers from across the country earned Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts here last month as part of a two-week Phase II Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC). During the one-day training, Soldiers learned how to deploy LSS and become certified, identify and sponsor projects, and understand and use variation to drive up quality. Depot commander Col. Gregory Peterson presented each warrant officer with their course completion and belt certificates during a graduation ceremony.

Warrant officers get Lean green light after earning yellow belts, completing advanced course

Nine Army chief warrant officers from across the country earned Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts here last month as part of a two-week Phase II Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC).


Members of the Army's 304th Military Intelligence Battalion brief the Honorable Brad Carson, Under Secretary of the Army, on the capabilities of the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System program.

Field techs train, hone skills on new Army surveillance system

From a Colombian airbase in the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) to a French base in the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), Tobyhanna Army Depot personnel provide a distinctive set of skills to sites around the globe supporting a state-of-the-art Army surveillance system.


Soldiers taking the satellite communications operations and maintenance course at the U.S. Army High Tech Regional Training Site at Tobyhanna Army Depot raise the antenna on a newly-acquired AN/TSC-156 Phoenix terminal.

New equipment enriches student experience at High Tech facility

A Soldier training site here is now able to conduct hands-on satellite communications operations and maintenance simulations thanks to the donation of an AN/TSC-156 Phoenix Multi-Channel Tactical SATCOM Terminal.


Tobyhanna technicians modernized an Army home station mission command center ahead of schedule, enabling mission command warfighting functions to be performed at the 25th Infantry Division Command Center at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

Installers complete command center tech refresh early

A handful of Tobyhanna employees rallied round the Army's Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) office to complete a critical hardware refresh seven months ahead of schedule.


Electronics Mechanic Therese Paxton and Electronics Integrated Systems Mechanic Ed Nolan position the fixture so an AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder antenna for testing at Tobyhanna Army Depot. They work in Tobyhanna Army Depot's Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division.

State-of-the-art equipment powers radar testing

"Spc. Jerrod Luetje, left, engineer equipment mechanic, Spc. Zach Houseman, generator mechanic, and Allan Payne, general equipment mechanic, install new fuel lines and rewire a control panel on a Satellite Transportable Terminal generator.


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 11 July, 2017