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Pennsylvania Military Base Guide

If you are traveling to Pennsylvania on PCS orders, look up the BAH in your new duty location using our BAH Calculator. You can also look up veteran benefits in Pennsylvania.

Army Bases in Pennsylvania

  • Carlisle Barracks
  • Raven Rock Mountain Complex
  • Tobyhanna Army Depot
  • USAREC, Harrisburg Battalion

Department of Defense Installations in Pennsylvania

  • Defense Logistics Agency at Susquehanna

Get more info on VA benefits for veterans, retirees, separating service members, spouses, dependents, and disabled veterans. Learn more about the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon program, monthly housing allowances, VA loans, and TRICARE.

Did you know? Qualifying dependents of veterans with service-connected disabilities can apply for the Pennsylvania Educational Gratuity program, which offers the same benefit for the surviving dependents of military members who died “during established war service dates” according to the official site.

This program offers up to $500 per term or semester for up to four academic years, paid directly to the educational institution. Learn more at the official site.

Department of Veterans Affairs Facilities in Pennsylvania

DuBois VA Clinic

5690 Shaffer Road
DuBois, PA 15801-3870
Mental health: 814-943-8164 x7305

State College VA Clinic

2581 Clyde Avenue
State College, PA 16801-7508
Mental health: 814-943-8164 x7305

James E. Van Zandt Veterans’ Administration Medical Center

2907 Pleasant Valley Boulevard
Altoona, PA 16602-4305
Mental health: 814-943-8164 x7305

Huntingdon County VA Clinic

13903 William Penn Highway
Mapleton Depot, PA 17052-9649

DuBois Vet Center

100 Meadow Lane
Suite 8
DuBois, PA 15801

Other Military Bases in the Continental United States:

Please review our complete list of Military Bases by State.

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