"Always Ready, Always There"
The Indiana National Guard is a joint-force organization with headquarters located at Stout Field on the west side of Indianapolis. The Adjutant General is Maj. Gen. R. Dale Lyles. The INNG is comprised of Army National Guard armories and units across the state, training facilities at Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Air National Guard wings in Fort Wayne and Terre Haute, and approximately 14,000 soldiers, airmen, volunteer reservists, state and federal civilian employees and their families.
The Indiana Army and Air National Guard are reserve components of the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. During times of national emergency, National Guard members may be called into active federal service by the President of the United States.
During peacetime, the National Guard is commanded by the governor. In its state role, the National Guard assists local law enforcement agencies during emergencies at the direction of the governor. The distribution of soldiers, equipment and facilities across the state allows the National Guard to respond quickly and efficiently to emergencies statewide.
The National Guard's dual federal-state mission is unique to the U.S. military and sets the National Guard apart from any other reserve component.
Mission: The Indiana National Guard develops the most talented Soldiers and Airmen, in the best led teams, to fight and win our Nation’s wars and serve the Hoosier state when called upon.
Vision: The Indiana National Guard will be the premier community-based military force for state and international missions, by putting our people first.
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Indiana Army National Guard
The Indiana Army National Guard is an organized militia force and a federal military reserve force of the United States Army. The National Guard has a dual federal-state mission that is unique to the U.S. military, and which sets it apart from any other reserve component.
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Indiana Air National Guard
Under state law, the Air National Guard provides protection of life, property and preserves peace, order and public safety. These missions are accomplished through emergency relief support during natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes and forest fires; search and rescue operations; support to civil defense authorities; maintenance of vital public services and counterdrug operations.
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Adjutant General's Office
The Adjutant General’s Office - Military Department of Indiana oversees the state functions of the Indiana National Guard, and provides essential administrative functions including legislative and legal affairs, contracting, purchasing, accounting, facilities management; human resources and youth education.
Our training venues at Atterbury-Muscatatuck and Stout Field provide premier training and testing capabilities for users of all types, including federal and non-federal entities, government agencies, military units, nonprofit organizations, Department of Defense (DOD) contractors and more. We are home to Camp Atterbury, Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, The Cyber Training Center, Indiana Intelligence Center, Indiana Air Range Complex and the Regional Training Institute.