Atterbury-Muscatatuck has four distinct functions: (1) exist as a Power Generation Platform (PGP), as identified by FORSCOM; (2) perform as a primary Mobilization Force Generation Installation (pMFGI), in concert with 1st Army; (3) support Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) training initiatives as a Regional Collective Training Capability (RCTC) Installation; and (4) provide continuous, traditional training support to Active and Reserve Forces. To perform these functions effectively, Camp Atterbury Indiana (CAIN) and its non-contiguous range, the Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex (MUTC), offer a myriad of unique training and testing possibilities.
When you select Atterbury-Muscatatuck to conduct training, exercises or developmental testing, you get the most realistic, complex and tailorable environment available. Quality billeting, lodging, and recreational fitness facilities also mean your time will be productive and comfortable. Our motto is "We Are Ready," and we also stand ready to serve you.
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We have lodging and billeting to fit your needs. Whether you're visiting Atterbury-Muscatatuck for training or processing, or are an authorized user looking to reserve a campsite or cabin at Camp Atterbury, let our Hoosier hospitality help make your stay comfortable.
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Atterbury-Muscatatuck offers a variety of conference and workshop venues. Government and military organizations are eligible to use these services and venues.Conference, class and workshop information.
Whether you've served in the military before, or haven't thought about it until now, joining the National Guard gives you a way to serve your country in a unit close to home. You’ll learn valuable technical skills and enjoy military benefits such as education assistance, low-cost health insurance plan, a retirement plan, and more. Are you ready to take the next step? Click on the links below to learn more:
Did you know that even a 2-3 percent deduction in weight can lead to significant improvements in overall health and stave off risk factors for diabetes and heart disease? The Army Wellness Center at Camp Atterbury provides integrated and standardized primary prevention programs that empower clients to live a sustainable lifestyle. Our clients include service members of all branches and components, their dependents, civilian Department of Defense employees, and military retirees.
Contact us to get started, at 317-247-3300 or by email at NG.INwellness@mail.mil, or visit our website to make an appointment with one of our Health Educators today! We're open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., located at Building #341, Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, IN 46124.
AAFES PX number: 812-526-1140
Location: Building 611
Hours: Monday 8:30-5; Tuesday-Friday 8:30-6; Saturday-Sunday 10-5.
Class VI: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Thursday, 12-6; Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12-7
The Atterbury Conference Center, dedicated in 2011, is a 10,000 square foot log structure adjacent to the MG Carl G. Farrell Recreation Area at Camp Atterbury. The Center is a multi-purpose facility use for official meetings, conferences and functions for the Indiana National Guard and other state and federal agencies.
For information, contact Team Conference Support by phone at 812-526-1343 or 812-526-1276, or click here to request more information via email. Click here for more information.
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Soldiers being Medically Boarded, or referred to a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB), have the right during this process to elect the counsel and representation of an Army lawyer.
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The annual drinking water quality report for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2017 has been released, and indicates no violations for 2017. Camp Atterbury is committed to working with other agencies, local watershed groups and the surrounding community to protect drinking water sources and keep our water safe. Click here to read the entire report.
The Camp Atterbury Museum is open:
Large groups who wish to tour the museum outside normal business hours may make special arrangements by calling the Public Affairs Office at 812-526-1386.
If you are interested in being a museum volunteer, please contact the Public Affairs Office at 812-526-1386.
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3008 Old Hospital Road
Edinburgh, IN 46124
Muscatatuck Urban Training Center
4230 E Administration Drive
Butlerville, IN 47223
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