Tobyhanna Army Depot

Anthony Matsell, general equipment mechanic leader, applies a coat of paint to the ground control approach system components.

Radar restoration gets rave reviews

History came to life at Tobyhanna Army Depot as technicians put finishing touches on a decades-old radar set scheduled for static display in the new National Museum of the U.S. Army at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.


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Soldiers reap the benefits of new radio repair process

Customers are spending less than $20 on replacement parts to fix defective battery circuit cards in military airborne radios on the recommendation of Tobyhanna Army Depot personnel.


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Depot emergency responders pioneer new active attack training

In recent years, active attack incidents have been on the rise. This year alone, statistics show there were nearly as many mass shootings as days. Plus, the number of active shooter incidents in the United States were the highest they've been in 17 years. Its statistics like these that have compelled emergency services across the nation to take steps to improve processes.


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Staying ahead of modernization requirements, ensuring readiness

The United States Army's modernization strategy has one focus: make Soldiers and units more lethal to win our nation's wars, then come home safely. Tobyhanna Army Depot is constantly striving to stay in line with those efforts to leverage commercial innovation, as well as cutting-edge science and technology--ensuring accountability, transparency and responsible stewardship of our nation's resources.


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Determination fuels reservist’s drive to succeed

Six years ago, Cpl. Robert McAvoy thought the best way to serve his country was to use his skills to keep the Army's lines of communication open.


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Depot improves processes, multiplying capability to provide warfighter readiness

Surely, you've heard the phrase, "You can't fix what isn't broken." That may be true, but Team Tobyhanna is continuously looking for ways to improve its processes with an overall goal of providing Army readiness.


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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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. ...READ MORE

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The POW/MIA Memorial reflects an Autumn sunrise at Tobyhanna Army Depot.