FORT INDIANTOWN GAP
Fort Indiantown Gap, a National Guard Training Center, is located in Annville, Lebanon County. It was first established by the state in 1931 as the primary training site for the Pennsylvania National Guard.
It is also home of the Pennsylvania Department of Military & Veterans Affairs, which oversees both the Army and Air National Guard and the state’s programs for serving the needs of Pennsylvania’s 1 million veterans.
Fort Indiantown Gap offers more than 17,000 acres and 140 training areas and facilities for year-round training for military forces, law enforcement agents and civilians from across the nation. With state-of-the-art training facilities, Fort Indiantown Gap is always looking for ways to better serve our citizen-soldiers.