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Community Advisory

Community Advisory

Periods: Mar. 14 – 18, 2014

For Immediate Release: Mar. 13, 2014
For more information contact:  Atterbury Public Affairs Office
Cell (317) 726-6844 and Email: jessica.a.cates.mil@mail.mil

Increased military training activity

EDINBURGH, Ind. – There will be increased military training activity Mar 14-18. Residents may hear explosions during this time which could extend into the evening and night time hours. This is a necessary part of our mission to maintain unit readiness and support training operations. We are committed to building positive relationships with the communities surrounding our installation. The point of contact for any questions or concerns during normal or after hours is Jessica Cates, (317) 726-6844.

  

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Community Requests, MilitarySupport Forms, and Humanitarian Donations

Community Requests

Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center and Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex assets include color guard, national anthem singers, speakers and equipment displays, which can be made available upon request. Click for Information on Community Requests. Note: Please email completed Information on Community Request forms to the following address: email.

Armed Forces Participation in Public Events

Camp Atterbury may be able to provide military support for certain events. To review criteria for and request said participation, review information on military support requests provided by the Indiana National Guard and complete DD Form 2536.

Aerial Support in Public Events
 

Aerial support may or may not be available in support of public events; requests for flyovers are made through the Indiana National Guard Joint Forces Headquarters. For information on aerial support, consult Army Directive 2010-08 or view Information on Military Support Requests (Aerial Support).

Humanitarian Donations

The Denton Program allows private U.S. citizens and organizations to use space available on U.S. military cargo planes to transport humanitarian goods, such as clothing, food, medical and educational supplies, and agricultural equipment and vehicles, to countries in need. For assistance in transporting humanitarian donations through The Denton Program, please contact the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Transportation of Non-DOD Goods


Title 31 of the United States Code
(The Economy Act) prohibits DOD from transporting non-DOD goods and people unless (1) it is in the national interest, (2) commercial transportation is not available, (3) the request is sponsored by a Federal government executive agency, and (4) the sponsoring agency agrees to reimburse DOD for the cost of transporting the goods or people.
  

Tour Information

Public access remains for those wishing to visit the Veterans Memorial Park, Prisoner of War Chapel and Outdoor Vehicle Display.

For questions or concerns please contact the Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs Office at 812-526-1386 or via email.  For directions to Camp Atterbury, click here

Please note: Muscatatuck Urban Training Facility is unable to provide tours at this time.


Last updated on April 18, 2014
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