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TO SERVE AND PROTECT OUR STATE AND NATION,
WE ARE ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS THERE

 

The Indiana National Guard works around the clock to maintain readiness to serve at home and abroad at a moment's notice. Hoosiers can count on us to respond to emergencies in their communities and across the country, and to do our part to protect national security as part of operational forces deployed across the globe.

 

Indiana's command chief warrant officer promoted
Indiana National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 5 Ronald L. Baird Jr. receives his new rank from his wife, Jamie, and their daughter Savannah during a promotion ceremony at Stout Field in Indianapolis, Friday, Dec. 18, 2020.
Dec. 22, 2020 - The Indiana National Guard's state command chief warrant officer ascended to the top of the warrant officer ranks during a promotion ceremony at the Guard's headquarters.

Frontline Hoosier Guardsmen receive COVID vaccination
Approximately 200 Indiana National Guard soldiers and airmen received the COVID vaccination today at the Johnson County Armory.
Dec. 16, 2020 - Approximately 200 Indiana National Guard soldiers and airmen received the COVID vaccination today at the Johnson County Armory

State agencies partner to ship critical supplies in pandemic response
Stout Field Warehouse Covid Response Infographic
Dec. 8, 2020 - Indiana National Guardsmen, along with members of the Indiana State Police, Indiana Department of

Guardsman challenges stigma, stereotype
Students attending the McConnell Center's Strategic Broadening Seminar visited Churchill Downs on their opening day for a dinner and guest lectures from Brown Forman Company and others on the topic of leadership in a dynamic environment. The Army's Strategic Broadening Seminars introduce junior and midcareer leaders to the discipline of strategic planning. The postgraduate seminars are part of the Strategic Studies Fellows Program.
Nov. 24, 2020 - Plato, Thucydides, Plutarch, Cicero and Alexis de Tocqueville; these are not the names you would generally expect to see listed as reading material on the website for a three- to five-week military school.

Indiana National Guard helps long-term care facilities fight COVID-19
Approximately 200 Indiana National Guard soldiers listen to training briefings, Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, for their upcoming mission supporting long-term care facilities throughout the Hoosier state. In a phased response, approximately 1,300 Indiana National Guardsmen will assist in testing, reporting test results, screening employees and ensuring infection control practices are in place at the facilities. Photo by Spc. Jules Iradukunda, Indiana National Guard
Nov. 4, 2020 - Hoosiers will soon see additional support in long-term care facilities across the state from Indiana National Guardsmen, who are stepping up to help prevent infection in their communities.

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OUR TRAINING FACILITIES

 
Soldiers at Camp Atterbury performing demolition exercises
Soldiers performing urban operations at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center
A10s on the flighline with sunset
Soldiers performing intel operations
Soldier shouldering an 84mm anti-tank weapon

Camp Atterbury

Muscatatuck UrbanTraining Center

Indiana Air Range Complex

Indiana Intelligence Center

Regional Training Institute

 

 

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