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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 Security Training 1-812-526-1499 x 62214

UAS and Air-to-Ground capabilities (government inquiries) 1-812-526-1499 x 3981

UAS Assets-Himsel Army Airfield 812-526-1355 

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  1-317-247-3300 x 61595

Urban-specific training at Muscatatuck 1-317-247-3300 x 41477

Military training 1-812-526-1499 x 61678

Civilian deployment training
 1-812-526-1499 x 62684

Pre-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


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Integrated Natural Resources Mgmt. Plan Now Online
The Revised Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan, INRMP Appendices, and INRMP Signature Pages for Camp Atterbury are now available on the environmental office webpage.
  

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Atterbury-Muscatatuck offers premiere training and pre-operational testing facilities for domestic and foreign military, governmental, law enforcement and first responder agencies.

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Atterbury-Muscatatuck also possesses the ability to provide government agencies and civilians an area to operate and train on umanned aerial systems.

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Latest News and Video Releases

Civilian deployment operations continue at Atterbury
posted on Wednesday, December 04, 2013 11:15 AM
Although military mobilizations are scaled down and unit deployments are no longer a primary mission set here due to the drawdown of troops overseas, hundreds of contractors from various agencies or contract companies from around the nation continue to deploy civilians to regions around world from Camp Atterbury.
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Video: Bold Quest 13.2
posted on Monday, September 23, 2013 2:40 PM
More than 1,000 coalition forces from 13 countries gathered at five separate training centers across Indiana to participate in Bold Quest 13.2.

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