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Asymmetric Threat Training Support Program (ATTSP)

ATTSP is here to assist commanders and units increase ARNG Readiness to combat an array of current and emerging threats within Multi-Domain Operations.  A no-cost training solution for units, ATTSP integrates threats into Mission Essential Task training for Live, Live/ Virtual/Constructive/Gaming (LVCG), and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) individual and collective events. ATTSP saves training time with mission focused training scenarios.

LVC Exercise Platform Overview

  • Non-contiguous training and testing facility located in southern Indiana Indiana National Guard Soldiers participate in Bold Quest 14.2   
  • Urban multi-domain operating environment 
  • Customized training/testing venues that support full-spectrum kinetic and non-kinetic “soft power” capability sets
  • Federal license to conduct ground-based electronic warfare testing and training (electronic attack clearance)

Camp Atterbury LVC

  • 35,000 acres of maneuver space
  • Up to brigade/regimental and equivalent level individual and collective training in a live environment
  • Up to division – equivalent level individual and collective training in a constructive/virtual environment
  • JTEN/JIOR capable
  • Certified Joint National Training Center (JNTC)
  • Title 32 Mission Training Center (MTC)

Muscatatuck LVC

  • Non-contiguous range of Camp Atterbury
  • Capable of supporting up to brigade-level urban collective training
  • Advanced urban training complex that is a real-world cyber/physical environment
  • 1,000 acres of maneuver space, 9 miles of roads, 1.5 miles of tunnels
  • 200 training structures, 40 multi-story buildings
  • Fully functional infrastructure (water, power, sewage, telecommunications)

Atterbury-Muscatatuck Air and Electromagnetic Spectrum Capability

  • Camp Atterbury and Jefferson Proving Ground air-to-ground ranges
  • Close air support and precision guided munition capable
  • Unmanned aerial systems capable
  • Fully instrumented threat emitters and simulators   
  • Embedded in ground maneuver space to provide combined arms collective training capability

Support Assets

Atterbury-Muscatatuck supports its physical assets and capabilities with excellent event coordination and exercise services:

  • Subject matter experts (SMEs) to lead and coordinate the project
  • Housing and billeting coordination
  • Logistical support
  • Training sets
  • Classrooms, configurable exercise space, simulation specialists
  • Joint Simulation Training and Exercise Center (see PDF Downloads for detailed information)
  • Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (see PDF Downloads for detailed information)
  • Training Support Center (see PDF Downloads for detailed information)