Reserve Component Training

TYAD offers a unique environment for non-accredited sustainment training. Warfighters 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.

Types of Training offered

Training Hours: During Annual Training (AT), Warfighters will work the same hours as Depot civilians. Normal duty hours are 0700 - 1630.  

Training Support Request: Use ELTY-Form 6390 to request Individual Training, Billeting, Rations and convoy operations. Fax request to Reserve Training Coordinator 120 days from training start date.

Points of Contact (Sustainment)

Reserve Training Coordinator (570) 615-6492 / FAX (570) 615-6501

Summerall Barracks Coordinator (570) 615-7501 / FAX (570) 615-7265

Post Restaurant Manager (570) 615-7998          

Tobyhanna Army Depot Police (570) 615-7550

In-Processing

In-processing for Inactive Duty for Training (IDT): Advance Party personnel will report to Summerall Barracks (Building 230) no later than 1300 Friday, unless other arrangements have been made with the Reserve Component Training Coordinator.

In-processing for Annual Training (AT):  Advance Party personnel will report to Summerall Barracks (Building 230) no later than 1600, the day prior to the arrival of the main body, unless other arrangements have been made with the Reserve Component Training Coordinator.

The Advance Party will be responsible to:

- Provide a current Alpha Roster of unit personnel, and any changes in strength to the Reserve Component Training Coordinator.

- Receive and sign for billeting and administrative spaces within the Summerall Barracks from the Assistant Housing Manager.

- Coordinate with the Post Restaurant Manager for rations.

- Coordinate the arrival of the main body and provide copies of the convoy clearance (if a military convoy).

Administration

Identification Card: All military personnel are required to have a valid identification/common access card. The Pass and ID Branch can issue replacement Common Access Cards (CAC) for Warfighters. Contact the Pass and ID Branch at (570) 615- 8596.

Security Clearance: Personnel requiring a valid security clearance to perform training must be vetted by the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).  The Unit Personnel Security Officer is responsible to submit a Visitor Authorization Request (VAR) through JPAS prior to arrival.

Military Courtesy, Uniform and Appearance: Warfighters will adhere to the appropriate Regulation / Order of their respective Branch governing uniform and appearance. Military Courtesy will be observed.

Emergencies, Accidents and Incidents: All accidents and incidents occurring during training at TYAD (on or off post) will be reported through the unit chain of command and the Reserve Component Training Coordinator at the time of occurrence. Specifics will be addressed at the in-briefing.    

Mail Delivery

The mailing address for Warfighters attending Annual Training at TYAD is:

Individual Name, Rank, Unit of Assignment
Box 5041, Building 230
Tobyhanna Army Depot
Tobyhanna, PA 18466-5041


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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 Warfi ghter-Worldwide.

Vision Statement

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


 

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Last update 16 December, 2014