Col. Felicia Brokaw was appointed Commander of Camp Atterbury-Muscatatuck on June 1, 2018. Her primary focus is to provide venues for live, virtual, and constructive training events to build strategic partnerships and increase unit readiness and deployability for all local, state and federal customers.
Col. Brokaw began her military career in 1987, assigned to the 38th Military Police Company, Indiana Army National Guard. She attended the Indiana Military Academy Officer Candidate School receiving her commission in 1992.
She is a multi-functional logistician who has served in numerous command and leadership positions during her 31 years of military service. Among these are the Deputy United States Property and Fiscal Officer at the State Headquarters in Indianapolis, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Surface Maintenance Manager, Director of Logistics, Installation Transportation Officer, S2/S3 Operations Officer, Logistics Officer, Telecommunication Manager and Supply Management Officer.
Col. Brokaw deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (Baghdad) with the 38th DISCOM as the Contracting Management Officer and has commanded the HHD 81st Troop Command, 38th Main Support Battalion - Company D (HVY) Maintenance Company, and the 190th Transportation Battalion.
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Lt. Col. Chris Mabis serves as the deputy commander for Atterbury-Muscatatuck Training Center's Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex at Butlerville, Indiana. He is also a student in the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) Class of 2019.
Lt. Col. Mabis began his military career as an enlisted Combat Engineer in 1989. He joined the Indiana Army National Guard as an Infantryman in 1992 and commissioned as an infantry officer in 1996 after graduating from Officer Candidate School. Prior to his current assignment, Lt. Col. Mabis commanded 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry – a battalion of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division – as part of the Associate Unit Program.
Other notable assignments include Operations Officer for 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team; Operations Officer for 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry during Operation Iraqi Freedom in Tikrit, Iraq; Rifle Company Commander for C Company, 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry during Operation Enduring Freedom in Kabul, Afghanistan; and Administrative Officer for 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry during Operation Joint Forge in Brčko, Bosnia. In addition, Lieutenant Colonel Mabis served as the Secretary of the General Staff for the Adjutant General-Indiana, Officer Strength Manager for the Recruiting and Retention Battalion of the Indiana Army National Guard, Infantry Rifle Company Executive Officer, Mortar Platoon Leader and Rifle Platoon Leader.
Lt. Col. Mabis holds a Master of Military Arts and Sciences from the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Indiana University Southeast. His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal with OLC; the Meritorious Service Medal; the Army Commendation Medal with OLC; the Army Achievement Medal with OLC; the Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal with three OLC; the National Defense Service Medal; the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; the OIF and OEF Campaign Medals; the Global War on Terror Service Medal; the Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ Silver Hourglass device, numeral “3”, and “M” device; the Army Service Medal; the NATO Medal and the Combat Infantryman Badge.
Camp Atterbury is home to 19 different DOD, Joint Force, National Guard and other units. Click here for the list of Tenant Units.