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MUTC Overview

"Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck are great facilities.
There's no place like Muscatatuck, frankly, in the entire United States."
--Maj. Gen. Jeffrey A. Jacobs, Commander USACAPOC(A)

Spring 2013 issue of "Peacemaker"

The Official Magazine of The U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command (Airborne)


 

Muscatatuck Urban Training Center (MUTC), a range of Camp Atterbury, is a secluded, self-contained community, once home to the Muscatatuck State Developmental Center. The 1,000 acre site was turned over to the Indiana National Guard in July of 2005 and since has been continually evolving into a full-immersion contemporary urban training environment.Those utilizing MUTC will find:

  • A 180-acre reservoir
  • A flooded community
  • 68 major buildings covering 850,000 square feet of floor space, including:
    • school structure
    • religious structure
    • hospital
    • light industrial structures
    • single-family and dormitory-type dwellings
    • administrative buildings
  • an extensive searchable/maneuverable and instrumented utility tunnel system
  • more than 9 miles of roads and streets
  • engineered rubble pile 
  • Visit our MUTC Venues page for a more complete listing and detailed information 
MUTC is a consortium of governmental, public and private entities that are pooling their unique capabilities in order to provide the most realistic training and pre-operational testing experience possible. These can be interwoven, layered and leveraged to provide the best value-added and costed exercises. Replication of both foreign and domestic scenarios is available, with further customization according to customer needs.

In its first year of operation the facilities at MUTC were utilized by more than 16,000 people from military, government and private agencies.

In the six years since, the site has evolved into a preferred destination for organizations from around the globe. In accordance with studies by DoD's Test Resource Management Center, the continually-expanding site will meet and exceed pre-operational testing requirements as well as those required by military, governmental and first-responder agencies.

Muscatatuck is located in South Central Indiana's Jennings County near Butlerville, Ind. Click here for driving directions.

For more information, contact the Muscatatuck Scheduling office at 1-317-247-3300 x 41777 or email the operations/scheduling specialists.

 

 

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