The DOD-EC, in coordination with the Indiana Army National Guard, provides mobilization and training in preparation for overseas postings. The program, formerly known as the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce (CEW), was established on January 23, 2009, by Department of Defense Directive 1404.10, to answer the call for readily deployable, skilled civilians to serve their country in times of need.
The Ministry of Defense Advisors (MODA) provides trained Department of Defense civilian advisors in support of global U.S. security cooperation and defense institution building efforts in partner nations. The program was initiated in 2009 to create a critical new means of capacity building in Afghanistan, and has since expanded to deploy advisors to partner nations around the world. MODA civilians typically have 15 or more years of federal service experience in defense support and enabling functions such as logistics, finance, personnel, communications, public works, public affairs and intelligence.
TSIRT Requirements Checklist (PDF)
*Please follow the attached instructions "ISO-PREP Instructions" on how to successfully complete your ISO-PREP.
**Indicates the courses have/had issues on DOD systems and may require a personal computer to be used. User can also complete training on-site at Camp Atterbury.
***Indicates that the course does not offer/require a completion certificate by the individual initialing off on these courses they are verifying that they have reviewed all the required materials.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The new MOD-15 medical screening assessment required for Department of Defense uniformed service members, civilian personnel and contractors has some important changes as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Please download the documents below for your reference.
More information on COVID-19:
If you would like to register for DOD-EC or MODA, please email us at the address below:
Camp Atterbury CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) Medical Validation Process w/MOD-14 Changes (PDF)
Medical Quick-Reference Checklist (PDF)
Following training at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, students ride in a Blackhawk to become familiar with helicopter flight.
Students are issued deployment gear and uniforms at Camp Atterbury.
One of the highlights of DOD-EC training is our traditional cultural dinner, where students learn about the local cuisine, language and customs.