Contact Information
Lt. Col. Barry Hon
Site Manager
Sgt. 1st Class Brad Staggs
Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs
MUTC Comment Line:
317-247-3300 ext. 41010
812-526-1338 to report issues via the Inspector General's office

317-247-3300 x85475 to report issues via the State Crisis Response Team

MUTC Specs
  • 1,000 Acres
  • Over 120 Training Structures 
  • 2,000+ Rooms
  • 1 - 7 Story Building
  • 1 - 5 Story Buildings
  • 20 - 3 Story Buildings
  • 16 - 2 Story Buildings
  • 6 Split Level Buildings
  • 14 Single Level buildings
  • 9 Buildings with basements
  • Over 1 mile of searchable tunnels
  • All are operational and fitted with functional equipment.



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SGM Todd Seurcamp explains the different operations involved in the 2-107th Annual Training at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.
SGM Todd Seurcamp explains the different operations involved in the 2-107th Annual Training at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.

Located in South Central Indiana's Jennings County near Butlerville, Muscatatuck Urban Training Center (MUTC) 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 2005 and has since evolved into a full-immersion contemporary urban training environment.

Those utilizing MUTC have access to a 180-acre reservoir and urban infrastructure consisting of 1,560 training structures. Available facilities include a school, hospital, dormitories, light industrial structures, single-family type dwellings, a dining facility and administrative buildings totaling approximately 850,000 square feet of floor space. Additionally, the training area includes an extensive, 1,866-foot underground utility tunnel system and over 9 miles of road.

MUTC is a consortium of governmental, public and private entities that are pooling their unique capabilities to provide the most realistic training experience possible. The trainint provided at MUTC can be tailored to replicate both foreign and domestic scenarios and can be utilized by various civilian and military organizations.

In its first year of operation, the facilities at MUTC were utilized by over 16,000 individuals from military, government, and private agencies and is continually expanding training capabilities for future needs.

"People have tried to explain this, but you can't really grasp the capability until you see it first hand, this is big...we are spending millions trying to build this, and you already have it in Indiana."

- Col. (P) Joe E. Rameriz, Deputy Commanding General,
CAC-T, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, 18 Aug, 2006

Who benefits from MUTC?
MUTC offers excellent training opportunities to civilian and military organizations.

● Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force  and Special Operations Forces
● State Departments of Health
● National Air Patrol
● Public Safety Training Institutes
● Department of Homeland Security
● Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters,  Emergency Medical Personnel

● State and Federal Emergency Management Agencies
● Federal Bureau of Investigations
● Civil Support Teams
● State Counter-Terrorism Agencies
● State Department of Correction ● And many more!

Last updated on 3/14/2013