Military

US ARMY Barracks
Carlisle Barracks, established in 1757, is the second oldest Army post in the United States with a Hessian Powder Magazine, built in 1777, still on site. The historical barracks has an interesting past. Most notably, the site was burned by the Confederate Army in 1863 and later was the home of the controversial Carlisle Indian School. Famed athlete, Jim Thorpe, and 10,000 other American Indian children attended this school from 1879-1918. The Carlisle Barracks is now home to the prestigious U.S. Army War College.

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US ARMY MWR
Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s (MWR) vision is to be a team of professionals providing Soldiers and Families quality programs and services, that promote resiliency and strengthen our Army.

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Naval Support Activity – Mechanicsburg
NSA Mechanicsburg is located in Central Pennsylvania at the eastern boundary of Mechanicsburg. It has more than 150 buildings with 8.8 million square feet of space. The various land uses at NSA fall into four functional areas: administrative; housing and community facilities; warehousing; and open storage. Some 40 tenant commands are located on the 806-acre complex.

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Letterkenny Army Depot
Our mission at Letterkenny Army Depot is to provide outstanding safety and health protection to our soldiers, employees, contractors and visitors through solid management systems and employee involvement. We are committed to attaining a world class occupational safety and health management system, and firmly believe in the objectives and philosophy of the Voluntary Protection Program. We continually strive to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses and to protect our valued employees, their families and our communities.

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U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC)
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) makes available contemporary and historical materials related to strategic leadership, the global application of Landpower, and U.S. Army Heritage to inform research, educate an international audience, and honor Soldiers, past and present.

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