Despite being an Army facility, Tobyhanna Army Depot provides service across the joint force. An example of joint systems worked on at Tobyhanna are the TPS-63 medium-range radar and the TPS-59 long-range radar.

Officials told C4ISRNET during a walk through of the facility that these systems leave Tobyhanna in better condition than when they came into be serviced. The entire life cycle of repair — which includes testing of the hardware before it's sent back into the field — of systems is done here at Tobyhanna, officials said. The work done at Tobyhanna, in fact, extends the life cycle of systems past their original timeline.

Check out our behind-the-scenes look at the depot.

Mark Pomerleau is a reporter for C4ISRNET, covering information warfare and cyberspace.

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Tobyhanna Army Depot, the Defense Department’s leading provider of C4ISR systems, invited C4ISRNET for a unique opportunity to view the support work it conducts for the joint and coalition force.