Fort Indiantown Gap hosts artillery training for Soldiers from the Pennsylvania National Guard and across the nation April 11, 2017.
U.S. Airmen from the 148th Air Support Operations Squadron perform a casualty evacuation drill during night-time training
A Tactical Air Control Party specialist from the 148th Air Operations Squadron fires his weapon during night-time training.
Tactical Air Control Party specialists from the 148th Air Operations Squadron perform night-time training.
Tactical Air Control Party specialists from the 148th Air Operations Squadron perform night-time training.
Brig. Gen. John Rhodes, the 29th Infantry Division deputy commanding general for operations, participates in a mock media interview during the Warfighter exercise Sept. 25-Oct. 11, 2019, at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.
Participants gather at the start of the eighth annual March for the Fallen event Sept. 28, 2019 on Strickler Field at Fort Indantown Gap, Pa. Many participants took time to observe the Wall of Remembrance, which depicts 47 fallen Pennsylvania service members. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class HollyAnn Nicom)
From left to right, Staff Sgt. Michael Bradley, Capt. John King and Staff Sgt. Jonathan Harper pose for a photo outside a warfighter exercise at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania. The trio rushed to the aid of fellow citizens after a three vehicle crash on Interstate 81, Sept. 30.
Carpenters of the 127th Civil Engineering Squadron hang and mud drywall during a renovation project at Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center, Annville, Pennsylvania, on July 22, 2019.
Airman 1st Class Paul Prohaszka, a carpenter with the 127th Civil Engineering Squadron out of Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan,, builds a saw horse during a renovation project at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania, on July 22, 2019.
Airman 1st Class Mya Bellinger and Staff Sgt. Kevin Krokosky, 127th Civil Engineering Squadron electricians, study a blue print during a renovation project at Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center, Annville, Pennsylvania, on July 22, 2019.
Pfc Victoria Clark, Spec Sorin Tatah, and Pfc Delmar Osorio-Ortiz, assigned to the 642nd Aviation Support Battalion, New York Army National Guard, cook inside the Containerized on July 27th for their annual training at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA as part of the Connelly competition evaluation.
Soldiers assigned to Headquarters Company 642nd Aviation Support Battalion, New York Army National Guard, are enjoying the dinner meal during the field training exercise on July 27th as part of their Annual Training at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA.
New York Army National Guard Pfc Delmar Osorio-Ortiz and Pfc Amber Vaneywick, assigned to the 642nd Aviation Support Battalion, prepare the dinner meal in the Containerized Kitchen as part of the field training exercise on July 27th during annual training at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa. The Connelly Competition evaluation incorporates both the preparation of the meal and the serving.
Leaders of the 642nd Aviation Support Battalion and the 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade sample food prepared by the 642nd cooks as part of the Phillip A. Connelly Award Program on July 27, 2019 at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.
(U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Zane Craig)
Members of the 2nd Brigade Special Troops Battalion conducted demolition training.
At Ft. Indiantown Gap, Lebanon County, the installation employs maintenance and trades professionals, engineers, clerical staff, firefighters, security and police, purchasing agents, and a wide variety of administrative professionals.
The Bureau of Environmental Management (BEM) is committed to environmental excellence in supporting the missions of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs as well as the PA National Guard.
The Fort Indiantown Gap Police operates 24/7. The police force is responsible for the following functions: law enforcement, security, security control center, alarm monitoring, post operator, billeting office after hours, Red Cross notifications and general information center. Police officers employed by the Fort Indiantown Gap Police are state employees with full arrest powers; additionally the force employs unsworn State security officers.