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IRC

inspiratory reserve capacity.
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Fay sees the MIRC as enabling the Army Reserve MI force to have a stronger voice, both in the Army intelligence community and the broader intelligence community.
The MIRC will be able to conduct focused intelligence training and assignments for the entire Army Reserve MI force," he said.
MIRC 2020: Capitalizing on Regional Alignment and Networked Facilities
Over time the MIRC learned that developing a symbiotic relationship with our AC counterparts was fundamental.
AR MI and the MIRC have prioritized resources towards RAF, particularly TIBs aligned MI BNs to increase relationships, develop training, and support opportunities via theater/exercise support, as well as increase interoperability with a regional focus.
AR MI and MIRC units are directed and encouraged to train on core MI competencies by embedding Soldiers in regionally-aligned Live Environment Training events (LETs) and OIS opportunities.
However, from now through 2017, AR MI and the MIRC will go through an explosion in growth and add up to seven more battalions, three MI brigade headquarters, and approximately 1,500 additional positions.
The newly activated MIRC was the solution that would provide the necessary reserve intelligence support to Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Noble Eagle, and New Hope.
Since its inception the MIRC has deployed over 6,000 Soldiers, both as individual augmentees, as well as units in support of numerous contingency operations throughout the world and providing operational intelligence support to nearly all national intelligence agencies.
Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) in the Nolan Building at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the MIRC enjoys a daily synergy and battle rhythm focus.
The MIRC has forged a partnership with the National Guard Bureau (NGB) G2 staff, resulting in a mutually-supporting relationship for intelligence training.
Colonel Dorothy Perkins, Chief, Manpower and Reserve Affairs, European Command, envisions the MIRC as "a command that completely manages the Army Reserve MI force; specifically, recruiting and training Soldiers, making units ready to deploy, and creating a force structure to allow Soldiers to grow, mature, be promoted, and assume more responsibilities.