MIRC to Improve Army Reserve Intelligence

Sands, Michael
August 2006
Soldiers;Aug2006, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p27
The article provides information on the Military Intelligence Readiness Command (MIRC) of the U.S. Army. The unit's objective is to improve the readiness of Army Reserve military-intelligence soldiers and units. MIRC was created to recruit and train soldiers, prepare units for deployment, and create a force structure to allow soldiers to grow, mature, be promoted and assume other responsibilities. It has established working relationships with warfighters to improve intelligence support from the Army Reserve.


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