Camp Atterbury Ranges

Ranges at Atterbury-Muscatatuck provide a comprehensive training platform for managers and leaders at all command levels. When incorporated with available maneuver areas, leaders can immerse their organizations in a very diverse and challenging training environment.

The full complement of traditional ranges and venues at Atterbury-Muscatatuck offers boundless possibilities for full-immersion training. Leaders have a wide selection of venues from which to plan realistic and intensive training programs, including at Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex, the DOD's largest urban training facility, and the Bowden Drop Zone, one of the longest personnel drop zones east of the Mississippi River.

Atterbury-Muscatatuck also has Live Fire Shoot Houses, Breach Houses, multiple small village/MOUT* sites, an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Defeat Lane, and an Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) launch and recovery area with a paved 1,800-foot runway.

*Military Operations Urban Terrain

Small Arms and Crew-Served Weapons

  • Convoy Live-Fire Range
  • Known Distance Sniper Range
  • Live Fire Shoot Houses
  • Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range (MPMG)
  • Multi-Purpose Training Range (MPTR)
  • Over 80 Artillery and Mortar Firing Points

 

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Demolition and Explosives

  • Breach Houses
  • Grenade Ranges
  • IED Defeat Lane
  • Light and Heavy Demolition Ranges

 

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Air Operations

  • Helicopter Aerial Gunnery Range
  • Indiana Air Range Complex, with two high-tech, varied, munitions-capable air-to-ground complexes
  • Multiple personnel and heavy drop zones
    --10,000 foot Bowden DZ, one of the longest drop zones east of the Mississippi River
  • UAS launch and recovery area with 1,800 foot paved runway

 

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Urban Operations

  • Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex - First of its kind Advanced Urban Training Facility and DOD's largest urban training facility
  • CBRNE
  • Cyber Range
  • Theater-Unique Telephone and Electromagnetic Environment
  • Multiple Villages/MOUT Sites

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Range Control Division

The primary mission of the Range Control Division is to ensure safety through strict adherence to CA Reg 385-63. Range Control will ensure that all training objectives and goals are met through effective scheduling and support at all levels.

Address:
Range Control Division
Camp Atterbury
Building 127
P.O. Box 5000
Edinburgh, Indiana 46124

Phone:

  • Range Control Officer:
    812-526-1476
  • Fire Desk Secondary Line:
    812-526-1417

 

Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS)

 

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.”
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Ammunition Supply Point (U.S. Property and Fiscal Office)

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.