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All personnel coming to Camp Atterbury are required to be prescreened using the Q-2 Appendix 2 COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire.
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OIC/RSO Safety Video Test will be administered only for essential personnel conducting immediate training. All others should call Range Control at 812-526-1351 to hear updated procedures.

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Plan Your Training Exercise


Types of Training We Host

  • Pre-mission training
  • Task force training
  • Division and brigade warfighters
  • Validation exercises
  • U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) testing and evaluation
  • Private sector testing and evaluation
  • Unmanned aerial systems training and testing
  • Cyber course and cyber validation exercise
  • Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR)


Special Operations Forces

  • Our facilities offer the best value for Live/Virtual/Constructive (LVC) training, testing and evaluation.
  • We provide realistic, discreetly located, and professionally administered facilities for irregular warfare (IW) mission readiness and Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) exercises.
  • With its history as a mobilization station, Atterbury-Muscatatuck is especially suited to host pre-mission training (PMT) and validation exercises for deploying SOF.
  • We support and can facilitate Conventional Forces – Special Operations Forces Integration, Interoperability, Interdependence (CF-SOF I3).
  • We support the tactical to the strategic level with infrastructure and network capabilities to validate the team to SOJTF/TF/JRX validation exercises.
  • SOF Liaisons have extensive experience planning, enabling and executing other government agency testing requirements.

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Military Units



Homeland Security

  • I am a with a federal, state or local agency involved with Homeland Security/Homeland Defense and would like to see what kind of hosting for training is offered at Atterbury-Muscatatuck.

Civilian-Military Training

Regional Training Institute


Obtaining Ammunition for a Training Event

Authorized personnel who are training at Atterbury-Muscatatuck must request ammunition 30-45 days in advance of a training event. Please contact us for a copy of the Camp Atterbury Ammunition Supply Point External Standard Operating Procedures, and for directions to the facility.

Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week, except for holidays. By regulation we are closed for inventory the last week of the following months: December, March, June and September (DA PAM 700-16).


  • Address: Camp Atterbury ATTN: CA-USPFO-AMMO PO BOX 5000 Edinburgh, IN 46124-5000.
  • Phone: 812-526-1129/1130
  • FAX: 812-526-1131
  • DSN: 569-2129/2130
  • DSN FAX: 569-2131
  • Email: ng.in.inarng.list.cajmtc-asp@mail.ng 


Contact the Solutions Group

Are you looking to plan a new training or testing event at Atterbury-Muscatatuck? The Indiana National Guard Solutions Group planning team provides subject matter experts (SMEs) who can help meet your training and testing needs.

The Solutions Group serves:

  • Department of Defense
  • Other federal entity
  • Non-federal entity

We will turn your concepts for nontraditional training and testing into mission-specific, authorized and actionable requests.

Solutions Group
Camp Atterbury, Building 365
Edinburgh, Indiana 46124
Email: ng.in.inarng.list.solutions-group@army.mil


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