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SSG Richard A. Blakley Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC)

Soldiers practice during combat life saving course

The Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) provides state-of-the-art trauma and medical simulation capabilities. With both classroom and simulated battlefield conditions, it's versatility delivers effective medical training for medical and non-medical personnel in the National Guard, Reserves, and Active Duty. The goal of the MSTC is to prepare service members in the application of medical interventions that may be necessary in combat.
The Camp Atterbury MSTC is one of 18 installations in the United States that contain this type of simulation technology with a medical focus. It is located in Building 40177, Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, Indiana. Normal hours of operation are 0800-1700 Monday through Friday. See contact information to request training.

Capabilities

  • 68W Sustainment
  • Combat Lifesaver (CLS)
  • Basic Life Support (BLS/CPR)
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • First Aid/Buddy Aid (IFAK) Course

Outdoor Training

  • A Litter Course with 8 Obstacles
  • Huey Helicopter
  • Two Story MOUT Connex

Normal hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Requests for training can be directed to:

  • Quality Assurance Representative and NCOIC: 812-526-1499 ext 61171
  • Site Manager: 812-526-1499 ext 62618

Address:
Camp Atterbury, Building #40177
Edinburgh, IN 46124