Tobyhanna Army Depot

An annual functional exercise tested the capabilities of depot first responders and a number of personnel who volunteered to play the part of victims in the scripted scenarios.

Depot personnel hone skills during exercise

An early morning phone call brought Tobyhanna Army Depot's licensed mental health practitioner face-to-face with a disgruntled and irrational employee at the start of an annual functional exercise.


Katelyn Barrett prepares military systems for painting by applying masking material to protect areas not being painted.

Depot creates opportunity to thrive, despite disability employment statistics

It is proven that employment is the most lucrative way for all individuals to achieve independence and economic self-sufficiency. According to the National Council on Disability, only 32 percent of working-age people with disabilities are employed despite desire and willingness to work. This barely compares with the 73 percent of those without disabilities.


photo of Brenda Gillis.

Depot paves the way for 508 compliance norms

Market trends and innovation are behind Tobyhanna Army Depot's initiatives to drive positive change and enable a more inclusive environment for personnel with disabilities.


Phot of the ribbon cutting

Tobyhanna reveals multi-million makeover

A few years ago, Team Tobyhanna set out to change the face of electronics maintenance, taking inspiration from the past and present to reshape its future.


Depot Sgt. Maj. Eric Cherry, talks to military members participating in a training course conducted at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Combat veteran embraces new job as depot SGM

Shortly after arriving at Tobyhanna Army Depot, Sergeant Maj. Eric Cherry realized his new job was going to be a high point in his long military career.


Phot of the 2020 Team

Tobyhanna ends fiscal year on high note

"If we continue to keep producing the way we did this past year, we could expect Tobyhanna Army Depot's workload to increase for years to come," said Deputy Commander Frank Zardecki as he praised the workforce for job well done.


Did You Know

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

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Photo of POW/MIA memorial site at Tobyhanna
The POW/MIA Memorial reflects an Autumn sunrise at Tobyhanna Army Depot.