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Thursday, January 3, 2013

New Troopers Assigned To Troop F Headquartered In Montoursville

New Pennsylvania State Troopers assigned to North Central PA  barracks

Troopers assigned to Troop F:
Kyle M. BUTLER
Ryan W. GOLLA
Troy D. HANSEN
Jamesan S. KEELER
Brian J. LADICK
Scott A. MASKOWSKI
John D. MEDRANO
Matthew R. MONTAG
Tyler R. MORSE
Steven D. MOYEMONT
David A. MYERS
Jared T. REICHENBACH
Justin M. ROSBOSCHIL
Kyle C. SCHAAD
Daniel R. SWITZER
Kyle M. WHITFORD
Jonathan D. WOOSTER
James A. YANKOVICH, Jr.


Troop F: Covers Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Tioga & Union Counties
 
December 21, 2012: Governor Tom Corbett congratulated the 98 men and women joining the ranks of the Pennsylvania State Police during graduation ceremonies.

“Through the years, the men and women of the Pennsylvania State Police have run toward danger to ease the pain of the suffering, to rescue the needy and to restore order among our people,’’ Corbett said.


“A week ago in Connecticut we witnessed the pain some people are willing to inflict upon others. Six years ago, the force you are now joining was called to such a tragedy at a small Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster.


“Yours is the 134th cadet class and I am pleased to say that in February, we will convene another class,’’ Corbett said, with the addition of 90 new cadets. “You are part of a continuing effort.’’
“The Pennsylvania State Police is the oldest state force in the nation. It draws from the ranks of everyday citizens, holding fast to the understanding that a free people can only be free where the law is applied equally.


Maj. John W. Laufer III, director of the State Police Bureau of Training and Education, supervised the training of the class, which was the 134th class to graduate from the State Police Academy in Hershey since it opened in 1960. Also speaking at today’s ceremony held at Central Dauphin High School, was State Police Commissioner Col. Frank Noonan.



The graduates, who have completed 25 weeks of intensive physical and classroom training, have been assigned to stations within nine troop areas across the state.

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

looks like Lebanon Levi has sent his muscle to potter co.

Anonymous said...

They look sharp.
I pray they r sharp enough to resist unconstittutional orders too go house too house and sieze weapons from law biding Americans.

Anonymous said...

I hope they tought then not to use their Tazers and bust heads open when force is not needed like they do in Coudersport,. If they do I am sure they will just lie about it.Like they do in Good old Potter County. The Gov. we pay for...WTF

Rebecca Ross said...

Congrats to all the new troopers, and thank you for your service.