At Ft Indiantown Gap
The Fort Indiantown Gap shopping center offers a mini-AAFES PX, a barbershop, military clothing and sales, and a Subway.
The AAFES mini-PX operates several self-serve fuel pumps and offers a large selection of convenience items, including: personal care items, housewares, snacks, drinks, electronics, reading material, DVD rental, stamps and class VI beverages. Check-cashing and an ATM are available.
6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
Hours are extended during the training season.
Military Clothing and Sales
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday
7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday
7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday
The installation does not have a commissary. The closest commissary is at Carlisle Barracks, about 40 miles away. However, multiple local grocery stores and national chains are within 10 miles of FTIG.
BOXCAR COFFEE SHOP
The Boxcar Coffee Shop, located at the Community Club, serves light breakfast items and coffee. Bring your computer and enjoy free Wi-Fi while having a cup of joe.
6 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday
NEW CUMBERLAND FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
The credit union is available to individuals who live, work, worship or attend school in Lebanon, Dauphin and Cumberland counties.
If you have a question on your eligibility, please call 800-716-2328.
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday
The Fort Indiantown Gap Community Club is open to the community as well as military organizations and serves as the installation’s all-ranks club. The club is available for banquet and catering services and offers a variety of rooms for group events such as dining in/out, weddings, promotions, birthday parties and other special events. The facility consists of a cafeteria area, several meeting and banquet halls, a game room and a pub area. Catering is available with menus that may be tailored to the event.
Lunch is served Monday through Friday in the cafeteria area. Daily lunch specials are served along with short-order meals and beverages.
Light snacks are served after hours in the pub area.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. lunch, 3 to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday
3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday
KEYSTONE CONFERENCE CENTER AND SERGEANTS’ GROVE PICNIC AREA
The Keystone Conference Center (KCC) is owned and operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is adjacent to Sergeants’ Grove Picnic Area. The center offers 10,000 square feet of space for official meetings, conferences and functions for the Pennsylvania National Guard and other state and federal agencies. It is also available for unofficial uses such as parties, receptions, showers and functions of all kinds. Sergeants’ Grove offers an informal outdoor location great for picnics.
Offices Building 0-47
Post Chapel Building 0-8
Area 12 Chapel Building 12-91
The chaplain provides pastoral care for military technicians and Active Guard personnel employed within the state. Pastoral counseling is offered as requested to FTIG personnel. When available, the chaplain is able to provide support for units training at FTIG without organic chaplain support. The staff works in conjunction with the Army and Air chaplains, the Family Action Center and Family Readiness groups to ensure Soldier readiness and well-being.
Sunday Services take place at the post chapel. All are welcome.
7:30 a.m. Roman Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant/Nondenominational
The Post Chapel is available for outside use such as weddings, christenings and baptisms. Use is coordinated through the training site.
Call for chaplain support 717-861-9212
Call to arrange for post chapel use 717-861-2784
EDUCATION SERVICES OFFICE
The Education Services Office provides a variety of services for all components of the armed services, as well as service member spouses and children. The office assists with: testing (CLEP, GMAT, SAT, ACT, etc.), guidance counseling on degree planning, career counseling, and obtaining financial assistance through EAP, FTA and the
GI Bill. On-site associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are also offered.
Visit https://mypay.dfas.mil for current LES and pay information. The Fort Indiantown Gap USPFO Resource Management office can reset MyPin pin numbers when requested in person. For other pay issues, contact your chain of command.
For Pennsylvania Army National Guard Soldiers, additional services offered include assistance with travel entitlements and vouchers, a Defense Travel System help desk and the Government Travel Card.
Call — Travel 717-861-8370/8371
Call — Defense Travel System 717-861-9661/8370/8404
Call — Government Travel Card 717-861-8766
FTIG Troop Medical Clinic (TMC)
The Troop Medical Clinic serves patients ages 3 to 65. Priority is given to active-duty Soldiers and Soldiers on annual training or in military school. Civilian employees are seen for emergencies and routine occupational health care. Dependents, retirees and retiree dependents are seen on a space-available basis. The medical clinic is a satellite facility of Dunham Army Health Clinic, Carlisle Barracks.
Primary Care Services
For acute illness, minor accidents, follow-up care for chronic illness and preventive care, dependents, retirees and retiree dependents are seen on a space-available basis with priority given to TRICARE Prime patients.
Courier services are provided via Dunham Army Health Clinic for medications Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Information is available for all TRICARE programs. A liaison is available to assist patients in resolving medical or insurance problems. Appointments for TRICARE issues can be made by calling 717-861-8173.
Space-available appointments are made by calling 717-861-2091. Appointments are scheduled around sick call hours. Emergencies are seen any time during business hours. Walk-in patients are seen on a space-available basis or are given appointments.
Labs are drawn 8 to 9 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Diagnostic testing is available onsite per physician referral.
After Duty Hours Information
After hours, patients are seen at local civilian emergency rooms. Emergencies on post are handled by calling 911 from a post phone. A contract emergency ambulance is available 24/7.
Policy on Children in the Clinic
Children are not allowed in exam rooms unless they are directly seeking medical care. Children under age 10 must be in direct line-of-sight of parent or guardian at all times. Children over age 10 must have appropriate supervision and will remain in the waiting area during the parent’s appointment.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 7:30 a.m. to noon Thursday
Closed weekends and holidays
Sick Call for AT/ADT/Schools 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Active-duty sick call is by appointment only.
The nearest dental clinic is located at Carlisle Barracks. National Guard and Reserve personnel must bring current orders to receive treatment.
The medical detachment provides medical services to Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers as well as supports all troops going through the mobilization process at Fort Indiantown Gap. Services provided include immunizations and annual medical requirements such as periodic health assessments (PHA), vision screening, HIV draws, and hearing and dental exams. The medical detachment also is the medical records custodian for all Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers.
Call for records 717-861-6537
SERVICE MEMBER AND FAMILY SUPPORT DIVISION
Building 14-111 • 24/7 Availability
Maintain monthly contact with families affected by deployment. Make contact with families and mitigate issues before they grow. Identify and refine actual needs. Rapidly address needs by utilizing all available local and military resources.
Services FAC-S provides information and referral for:
- Crisis intervention.
- Financial and budget resources.
- Community resources.
- DEERS and ID cards.
- Family Readiness
Mutual reinforcement provided to service members, civilian employees, retirees (regardless of marital status) and their family members. Some examples include Family Readiness Groups (FRG), Key Volunteer Teams, newsletters, telephone trees, and other volunteer programs and activities. Family Readiness supports the commander’s mission readiness and is characterized by families who are prepared and equipped with the skills and tools to successfully meet the challenge of the military lifestyle. REF: PMR 600-12.
State Child and Youth Program
Events: Summer Youth, Teen Leadership, Year-Round Day (Weekend) and Annual Family Camps.
Outreach: Monthly newsletter via JSS with resources, programs and benefits for military children, partnership with Easter Seals, Operation Military Kids, 4-H, Military Child Education Coalition.
Advocacy: For education and teacher support of our military children community, social service, VA and state program service support of our military children, E-luminate sessions — Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Call the state youth coordinator 717-861-6289 or assistant youth coordinator 717-861-6269
Consultation, research and referrals, counseling, educational materials, interpretation and translation, budgeting assistance and healthy habits coaching.
Military Family Life Consultant
Provides direct, nonmedical counseling and psychoeducation to eligible service members and their families.
Call Adult MFLC 717-673-3881 or Child and Youth MFLC 717-303-6821
Personal Financial Counselor
Provides direct financial readiness education and counseling services to eligible service members and their families.
DEERS and ID Cards
Issues ID cards and helps resolve issues with customer’s military records, common access cards (CAC) and DEERS information.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
Call DEERS/RAPIDS Supervisor 717-861-8693
The health care program serving uniformed service members, retirees and their families worldwide.
Call TRICARE representative 717-861-8290
Survivor Outreach Services
Builds a unified support program that embraces and reassures survivors that they are continually linked to the Army family for as long as they desire.
Call Survivor Outreach East 215-856-5935
Survivor Outreach Central 717-861-2855
Survivor Outreach West 814-533-2481
Transition Assistance Advisers
Matches our wounded, ill or injured service members to the best resources that can assist them with their specific needs.
Call TAA cell 717-821-4686/2042 or the office 717-861-8706/2813
Resilience Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention
Develops policy, training and education for units of the PAARNG and focuses on building resilience in Soldiers and families. Recognizing and mitigating risk-taking behaviors while preventing and intervening in suicide.
Call R3SP coordinator 717-861-8976
Psychological Health Program
All evaluations and services are available free of charge and are 100 percent confidential, except in situations of “duty to warn.” After-hours support is available 24/7. All service members and their family members are eligible for services that include psychological evaluations, referrals, case management and critical incident management.
Fort Indiantown Gap 717-673-4785
111th FW (ANG) 215-323-2435
193rd SOW (ANG) 717-948-2508
171st ARW (ANG) 412-766-7633
Army Substance Abuse Program
The Substance Abuse Program is an official command-sponsored program that provides prevention training to unit Soldiers and assistance to Soldiers and families struggling with or facing substance abuse. Regional prevention coordinators in western, central and eastern Pennsylvania assist Soldiers with alcohol or substance use disorders by connecting them with licensed substance abuse counselors and assisting Soldiers in enrolling in substance abuse treatment when necessary.
Soldiers who self-refer may be covered under the Limited Use Policy, which provides important protections against adverse actions that are not available when drug use is discovered through urinalysis testing.
Drug testing is an essential part of substance abuse prevention. The drug testing coordinator is available to assist units and commanders with urinalysis testing and Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) training.
Alcohol and Drug Control Officer Service Member and Family Support
Building 14-111, Fort Indiantown Gap
Annville, PA 17003-5002
Drug Testing Coordinator Service Member and Family Support
Building 14-99, Fort Indiantown Gap
Annville, PA 17003-5002
Prevention Coordinators Service Member and Family Support
Building 14-111, Fort Indiantown Gap
Annville, PA 17003-5002
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Provides training in sexual assault prevention as well as resources and support for victims and families of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Call Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) 717-861-6427
Call Victim Advocate Coordinator (VAC) 717-861-2097
24/7 PANG hotline 866-922-6275
Citizen Soldier for Life
DOD-wide effort to support National Guard and reserve service members and families with information on benefits and referrals before, during and after deployments.
Call Hector Rodriguez 717-861-2547
Assists members of the Pennsylvania National Guard and their immediate family by providing tools necessary to gain meaningful employment.
Call Employment Outreach 717-861-2640
Central Pennsylvania 717-861-2640
Eastern Pennsylvania 215-856-5900, ext. 235
Western Pennsylvania 724-223-4570, ext. 193
Provides employer awareness and recognition programs, human resources consultation and ombudsman (informal mediation) services to resolve employment issues with Guard and reservist employees.
Scan the code to see the Service Member and Family Support Services website or visit www.png.pa.gov/offices_and_programs/service_member_and_family_support/Pages/default.aspx.