Military Schools in Indiana
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Throughout the U.S. history, Indiana played a key role in all major wars the nation was part of. Prior to being admitted into the union in 1816, the territories that would become Indiana were major battlegrounds in the French and Indian War, then later in the American Revolutionary War.
It's comes as no surprise that Indiana is considered by many as an ideal place for military education. The currently active major military installations in the state: the Grissom Air Force Base in Kokomo, the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division in Bloomington, Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, and the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Butlerville, are also major influences to the state’s feasibility in military education.
Currently, Indiana has several military schools and programs offered by private institutions all over the state. These are mostly college / preparatory style schools:
Research programs below: