The JSTEC provides space capable of supporting large-scale exercises, major simulations, mobilizations, homeland security training and other large training events.
The facility consists of eight buildings comprising approximately 80,000 sq. ft. of indoor training space. The 25,000 sq. ft. main building serves as the exercise control space for major simulations exercises. The remaining buildings are flexible and configurable to meet individual unit training needs. The facility has ample command post pads that are digitally connected to the simulations network infrastructure and can support multiple divisions and brigades simultaneously.
In addition to a robust network protected distribution system for classified exercises, the site has a dedicated JTEN 2.0 node which allows digital connectivity to exercises throughout the world.
The Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center (CAJMTC) can participate in distributed training events located at any JMTC site throughout the world with capabilities that provide collective simulation and gaming-based training exercises capable of replicating complex, operational environments.
This robust simulations capability includes a 25-acre Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) complex; approximately 10,000 square foot Training Support Center (TSC); and a 25-acre Joint Simulations, Training and Exercise Center (JSTEC) with Army National Guard Mission Training Complex (MTC).
The Joint IO Range allows users unlimited potential configurations to test, train, evaluate and develop computer network operations, electronic warfare, military deception, operations security and psychological operations in a 21st century urban environment. Users can create events to assess new technologies and systems integration in the cyber and information operations domains and conduct persistent data collection and analysis.
The JTEN 2.0 node digitally connects the training site to other simulators or exercises in other locations throughout the world, including the Joint Readiness Training Center, National Training Center, National Simulations Center, and exercises internationally at both the SECRET and UNCLASSIFIED levels. JTEN 2.0 can create a virtual world by connecting multiple simulations systems to operate for a single mission objective or exercise.
Connectivity through the JTEN 2.0 network provides DoD users with the ability to conduct distributed test and evaluation (T&E) events. JMETC delivers a test infrastructure consisting of the components necessary to conduct joint distributed test events by cost-effectively integrating live, virtual and constructive (LVC) test resources that are configured to support the users' needs.
Atterbury-Muscatatuck was site-certified as a Joint National Training Capability in 2011, and is currently undergoing the recertification process. We routinely host small- to large-scale joint programs with users interoperating effectively in a realistic training environment.
The MSTC prepares service members in the application of medical interventions that may be necessary in combat, using state-of-the-art trauma and medical simulation capabilities. These capabilities include a computerized bleed-breathe mannequin, partial task trainers and associated equipment, AV enhancements, video recording, computer labs and control rooms with a remote training platform.