|Active July 10–17, 1863|
|Country United States|
|Engagements American Civil War Morgan's Raid|
The 102nd Indiana Infantry Regiment served in the Union Army between July 10 and 17, 1863, during the American Civil War.
The regiment was organized in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 10, 1863, to repel Morgan's Raid. Morgan's Raid so-called after Confederate General John Hunt Morgan who, with his troops, rained terror and destruction throughout Indiana. The regiment saw duty at Vernon, Dupont, Osgood and Sauman's Station, and on July 17, 1863, the regiment was mustered out.