Indiana's Camp Atterbury is getting a new name and a new peacetime mission as it prepares for the end of its role as a mobilization site for troops deploying to war.
The installation near Edinburgh was built for World War II and was activated in 2003 as a mobilization site for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The facility has since deployed more than 175,000 service members and civilians.
Next year, Camp Atterbury will be deactivated as a mobilization site and will change its name to Atterbury-Muscatatuck and will integrate with the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in southern Indiana.
Camp Atterbury will continue to provide training and hopes to increase its focus on cybercrimes.