IMHO -- neither...
Retired military here and 3 (wonderful) divorces behind me (two mine, one EX#3's).
So we dealt with different states and jurisdiction and stuff.
While you were on active duty, she was prevented from moving jurisdiction because you were protected under the SSCRA -- or dang it the SSRA -- Soldiers and Sailors Civil Rights Act -- but it has a newer name.
Now that you're out -- that no longer applies.
So....think about this....every time the CP violates the order, you're gonna need to file something in court to ask a judge to get the CP to comply.
Jurisdiction follows the child.....and after 6 months of living in Indiana, that's where it goes.
You want the court to have what's called "personal" jurisdiction of her -- they have to have the ability to reach out and touch her.
Unfortunately, this means you'll have to travel to Indiana every time you want to complain to a judge.
Any chance of moving to Indiana?
Yes, I had to do this -- WV/AL for one for me, and AL/NV/AZ for EX#3.....
However -- I just read that she just moved to Indiana -- from North Carolina by chance? If so, then file immediately to have your parenting plan
updated or to stop her from moving.....and keep jurisdiction there since you're still there. (And that subject can go either way....some courts have agreed with that and others let jurisdiction move anyways).