About Atterbury-Muscatatuck

Atterbury-Muscatatuck is a State of Indiana and Department of Defense collaborative enterprise whose efforts are focused on creating and operating a highly realistic, fiscally responsible, contemporary and developmental testing environment in which joint, interagency, intergovernmental, multi-national and non-governmental capabilities can prepare as a team for deployment in support of national requirements both in the homeland and overseas.

The Atterbury-Muscatatuck boundaries encompass more than 35, 000 acres of training and maneuver space. Within Johnson, Bartholomew and Brown Counties is Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana, and an armed forces reserve training area operated by the Indiana National Guard.

The base supports active duty and reserve component training, as well as other local, state or federal training. Regional National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve units, U.S. Army North, U.S. Northern Command, the Joint Staff and other military and civilian organizations also use Atterbury’s facilities.

Atterbury’s Advanced Urban Training Facility, Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex, located in Jennings County near Butlerville, Indiana, is a unique interagency and intergovernmental training venue, which occupies the grounds of the former Muscatatuck State Hospital.




Atterbury Switchboard
PO Box 5000, Bldg 127
Edinburgh, IN 46124

Atterbury Unit Training Scheduling
812-526-1678 or Ext. 1170
Edinburgh, IN 46124
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Atterbury-Muscatatuck Protocol Office
812- 526-1276
Building 1
Headquarters Road                                 

Switchboard: 812 458-8780
PO Box 77
Butlerville, IN 47223