The Directorate of Logistics is located in Building 3 on Clark Street. DOL is a customer service organization that provides or coordinates a variety of services, including general supply assistance (classes I-IV, VIII, IX); subsistence, food service assistance, transportation and maintenance support, annual training and inactive duty training planning assistance and support. The Atterbury Rail Deployment Facility (ARDF) or “Camp Atterbury Railhead” and staging area are also located within DOL.
Atterbury Rail Deployment Facility (ARDF)
The Atterbury Rail Deployment Facility is a multi-function training area consisting of nine rail spurs, scale house, container yard and a 20,000 square-foot deployment processing center.
Food Service Assistance (Class I)
Food Service Assistance covers both field feeds and DFAC feeding. Coordination for these feeding needs to be scheduled 60 days prior to arrival.
Fuel Point (Class III)
The Fuel Point is self-serve for military vehicles only and is located on Clark Street. Bulk fuel is available; it is not for use by civilian vehicles or GSAs.
Ration Distribution Point (Class I)
All meals provided for use by units are issued at the Ration Distribution Point, located in the back of Building 3 on Clark Street.
All supply issues are resolved at the Supply Division warehouse, located at the back of Building 3 on Clark Street.
Shipping and Receiving
All packaged/inbound shipments over 70 lbs. should be directed to the following:
Have you been here before and want to call scheduling directly?
Do you need help planning an exercise at Atterbury-Muscatatuck?
Contact our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to help plan the most complete scenarios for your upcoming events or exercises:
Do you need conference and workshop space?
Housing and Billeting information:
The primary way to schedule ranges is through the Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS). When you visit the RFMSS page, you will be asked to log in or “Request a New Account.”
Please click here to go to RFMSS.
The ASP is located off of Hospital Road near the water tower in Building 2033. We maintain full accountability and ensure that all safety procedures are followed during ammunition handling processes. We are responsible for receiving, storing and issuing all class V ammunitions required to support all TRADOC, FORSCOM and SOCOM units/activities assigned to the installation, as well as U.S. Army Reserves and U.S. Army National Guard units from Indiana, surrounding states and across the country.