|Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center was activated February 2003 to support OPERATION NOBLE EAGLE/ENDURING FREEDOM/IRAQI FREEDOM/OPERATION NEW DAWN. Camp Atterbury receives and processes individual non unit-related personnel (civilians and military from all branches of the armed forces) for deployment and redeployment to/from the theater of operations. |
Camp Atterbury serves as a Power Generation Platform (PGP) for the mobilization of U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard units. It is Camp Atterbury's responsibility to coordinate medical and dental screening, soldier readiness processing, theater-specific clothing and equipment issue, weapon familiarization and qualification, theater-specific individual readiness training, and coordinate movement of personnel into the Area of Operation.
Camp Atterbury receives, processes, equips, trains, and deploys personnel based on Deployment Orders published from FORSCOM and First U.S. Army. Throughout this section, you will find current information to assist in preparing your unit mobilization files. Should you receive notification for mobilization, utilize this information to prepare your unit to report to Camp Atterbury, Indiana. Mobilizing units, click here for documents needed for arrival.
If you have questions for CONUS or OCUNS Demobilization Operations please contact the MOC Chief directly at 812-526-1602 (Office), 526-2602 (DSN), or email@example.com
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Last updated on May 22, 2013