The Indiana Air Range Complex (IARC) enables training and testing activities utilizing special use and managed airspace supporting both kinetic and non-kinetic air-to-ground operations. The IARC consists of Camp Atterbury, Muscatatuck Urban Training Center and Jefferson Range and the supporting associated special-use airspace.
The IARC supports unmanned aerial systems (UAS), close-air support training and two Indiana Air National Guard Wings, co-located on civilian airports. Numerous supporting airfields in and around the IARC can accept up to 747/C-5-size aircraft. We have access to four runways, including the North Vernon Airport, Columbus Municipal Airport, Himsel Army Airfield and the Fort Wayne International Airport.
Department of Defense (DoD): Visual Flight Rules (VFR) supplement as “HIMSEL AAF”
Prior Permission Request (PPR) Required For Arrivals
Contact Himsel Tower or Range Control on 126.2 VHF
Runway is approximately 36/18 4220’ x 72’ and Field Elevation 709’ Mean Sea Level
May require approach over impact area. (Ranges must be in check-fire)
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