Tobyhanna Army Depot

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Tobyhanna, West Point team to Lean processes

Army future leaders and depot personnel used Lean Six Sigma (LSS) problem solving methodology to develop a better way to fabricate cables and repair altimeters."


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Officials map out plan of action for a mission on the move

The wait is nearly over for Team Tobyhanna personnel to take up residence in new forever homes or move to temporary swing spaces as part of the depot's modernization strategy.


photo of Electronics Worker repairs the small arms transmitter on an Individual Weapon System.

Teamwork primes training devices, boosts combat readiness

In the largest public-private partnership (P3) in Tobyhanna Army Depot history, the organic industrial base facility joined forces with Lockheed Martin to repair thousands of laser-based training devices fielded throughout the Army.


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Personnel cultivate plus side of painful experiences, earn award

The plus side of painful experiences is that they can drive people to do incredible things. The challenges faced while serving the warfighter were motivation for two civilian employees to become key components of Soldier readiness.


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Largest ever annual event helps large, small businesses support the warfighter

Col. Nathan M. Swartz, depot commander, welcomed local, regional and national businesses to Tobyhanna Army Depot's Industry Day on April 8.


Photo of Kevin Herron a Burnley Employee named Community Employee of the Year during an annual black tie dinner and fundraiser.

Local business partner honors depot employee

Burnley Employment and Rehab Services named a Tobyhanna Army Depot employee their Community Employee of the Year during an annual black tie dinner and fundraiser.


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