Lights, camera, action: Documentary marks 100 years of service
Depot commander Col. Charles C. Gibson, center, and Deputy Commander Frank Zardecki, right, participate in a live broadcast of WVIA's "State of Pennsylvania" call-in talk show on March 1, as part of the local PBS affiliate's series of the same name. This event was in conjunction with a one hour broadcast of "A Century of Service, The Army at Tobyhanna" a documentary marking 100 years of the Army at this location. The show was broadcast live from the depot's new C4ISR Finishing Center (Bldg 30) and featured interviews with Gibson and Zardecki by the show's host, WVIA President and CEO Bill Kelly. The documentary recounts the events and stories that intertwined the U.S. Army's service to our country with Northeastern Pennsylvania's patriotic, hard working region. Both broadcasts are posted on WVIA's website. The State of Pennsylvania broadcast is available at the following link: http://wviaondemand.org/contusvideo/?vid=111; and the documentary is available on http://wviaondemand.org/contusvideo/?vid=116.

TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. -- Depot commander Col. Charles C. Gibson, center, and Deputy Commander Frank Zardecki, right, participate in a live broadcast of WVIA's "State of Pennsylvania" call-in talk show on March 1, as part of the local PBS affiliate's series of the same name.

This event was in conjunction with a one hour broadcast of "A Century of Service, The Army at Tobyhanna" a documentary marking 100 years of the Army at this location.

The show was broadcast live from the depot's new C4ISR Finishing Center (Bldg 30) and featured interviews with Gibson and Zardecki by the show's host, WVIA President and CEO Bill Kelly.

The documentary recounts the events and stories that intertwined the U.S. Army's service to our country with Northeastern Pennsylvania's patriotic, hard working region. Both broadcasts are posted on WVIA's website.

The State of Pennsylvania broadcast is available at the following link: http://wviaondemand.org/contusvideo/?vid=111; and the documentary is available on ttp://wviaondemand.org/contusvideo/?vid=116.

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