Tobyhanna Army Depot is the largest, full-service electronics maintenance facility in the Department of Defense (DoD) with a mission of total sustainment, including design, manufacture, repair and overhaul of hundreds of electronic systems that include satellite terminals, radio and radar systems, telephones, electro-optics, night vision and anti-intrusion devices, airborne surveillance equipment, navigational instruments, electronic warfare and guidance and control systems for tactical missiles.
Tobyhanna began training on-site with their VirtualPaint system back in 2008 and then in early August 2009, Tobyhanna began holding the STAR4D certification course. Along with holding certification courses, Tobyhanna has been a great partner with the STAR4D in blasting research.
- Mark Brennan (awarded Instructor of the Year 2011)
- Thomas Cron
Articles and information regarding the STAR4D program at Tobyhanna
- Army recognizes recipients of 2012 environmental awards, Army.mil (May 2013
- Tobyhanna to Become First to Run STAR4D Abrasive Blasting Certification (May 2012)
- Virtual paint helps workers improve technique, Army.mil (April 2008)
For more information about the Tobyhanna Army Depot, visit its website here.