Atterbury-Muscatatuck is a venue-rich environment for military, governmental and civilian deployment training and pre-operational testing. To speak to a representative in one of these specialty areas, refer to the following contact numbers:
Homeland Defense 1-812-526-1499 x 61875UAS and Air-to-Ground capabilities (government inquiries) 1-812-526-1499 x 3981
All commercial inquiries for UAS or other developmental testing and/or training 1-888-960-NCCO (6226) (Indiana’s National Center for Complex Operations)Cyber and electronic warfare Special Operations Forces 1-812-526-1499 x 2218Urban-specific training at Muscatatuck 1-317-247-3300 x 41477
Military training 1-812-526-1499 x 61678Civilian deployment training 1-812-526-1499 x 62684Pre-Operational testing (government inquiries) 1-812-526-1535
Mobilization 1-812-526-1499 x 61788
Conference Center and support 1-812-526-1343 or 812-526-1276
Atterbury-Muscatatuck training and operations 1-812-526-1548
The digital display of the Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer replicates the flight instruments of a real helicopter in the Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer at Atterbury-Muscatatuck, near Edinburgh, Ind., May 3. (photo by Brandon knapp,Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Maj. Sara Villacorta, an Army midwife from Fort Knox, Ky., instructs Lt. j.g. Laura Cargill, Provincial Reconstruction Team 13-17, Uruzgan province on how to deliver a breech baby during an emergency obstetrics course at Atterbury-Muscatatuck near Edinburgh, Ind., May 7. The class was part of medical training conducted in preparation of the PRT’s deployment to Afghanistan later this year. (Photo by Ashley Roy, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Troops with Provincial Reconstruction Team 13-17 conduct combat lifesaver training at Atterbury-Muscatatuck near Edinburgh, Ind., April 4, as part of their training for deployment to Afghanistan. Combat lifesaver training requires the troops to treat a mannequin, many capable of realistic acts such as breathing and bleeding, based on the parameters of a given scenario. (Photo by Ashley Roy, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Snowflake, an Afghan Sage-Koochee herding dog, reunites with his Soldier family, Provincial Reconstruction Team Nangarhar at Atterbury-Muscatatuck on April 30. Snowflake was brought to the U.S. by The Puppy Rescue mission when his unit could no longer keep him in Afghanistan. (Photo by Darcy Marlett, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
PRT Nangarhar Soldiers pose with Snowflake, the dog they rescued in Afghanistan holding their new coffee mugs with his photo on April 30 at Atterbury-Muscatatuck. The mugs were a gift of Snowflake’s new owners in the Mike and Bronwyn Leonardi. (Photo by Darcy Marlett, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Pfc. Ronnie Reed, Huntingdon, Tenn., 775th Well Drilling Detachment, Tennessee Army National Guard, pours water over his head from a freshly drilled well April 22 at Atterbury-Muscatatuck, near Butlerville, Ind. The 775th is preparing for a deployment to the Horn of Africa, where they will drill wells to provide freshwater to villages in the region. (photo by Brandon Knapp, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Pfc. Joseph Sanders, of Shoals, Ind., Spc. Cameron Green, of Evansville, Ind., and Spc. Isaah Lake, of Greenwood, Ind., all forward observers with 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry, Indiana Army National Guard, set up a radio to start directing mortar five on to targets during a live-fire exercise at Atterbury-Muscatatuck near Edinburgh, Ind., April 20. (photo by Staff Sgt. David Bruce, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Staff Sgt. George Butler, 4th Cavalry Brigade, role playing as the religious leader of an Afghan village, covers Master Sgt. Jason Wendell, 4th Cavalry Brigade, with a sheet following a mock bombing and shooting at Muscatatuck, Butlerville, Ind., April 11. Multiple role playing scenarios helped train Provincial Reconstruction Team 13-17 on insider threat and situational awareness in preparation of their deployment to Afghanistan. (Photo by Ashley Roy, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)
Soldiers from the 4th Cavalry Brigade and the 157th Infantry Brigade role play as Afghan National Police during a scenario in which a vehicle-born improvised explosive device detonates after passing through a village entrance at Muscatatuck, Butlerville, Ind., April 11. This was one of many scenarios conducted to train Provincial Reconstruction Team 13-17 on insider threats and Advanced Situational Awareness Training. (Photo by Maj. Penny Zamora, 157th Infantry Brigade Public Affairs)
Atterbury-Muscatatuck offers premier training and pre-operational testing facilities for domestic and foreign military, governmental, law enforcement and first responder agencies.
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Indiana law enforcement officials from more than 40 agencies across the state met at the Butlerville facility to learn from key agency members of the cooperation between the Indiana National Guard and local law enforcement.
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