Now, more than ever, the capabilities of Army Reserve intelligence plays an essential role in U.S. domestic and global security operations. The MIRC provides trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and units to meet the operational intelligence requirements of Combatant Commands and the national intelligence community.
The Military Intelligence Readiness Command is part of the adaptive and innovative intelligence force responsible for collecting intelligence during Army missions, providing the joint force and intelligence community with trained and ready Soldiers, mission-tailored teams and units, and state-of-the-art intelligence production and training facilities.
Its mission set includes conducting signal intelligence, strategic intelligence, counterintelligence, human intelligence, technological intelligence, and collection operations.
Formed in 2005, the MIRC has deployed more than 6,000 Soldiers, providing operational intelligence support to nearly every national intelligence agency and combatant command, and conducting multi-discipline intelligence operations in support of Army Service Component Commands and worldwide contingency operations.
The Military Intelligence Readiness Command (MIRC) provides deployable forces and vital support that enable intelligence operations, expeditionary missions, and international engagement.
Formed in 2005 as the USAR’s first functional command, the MIRC has grown into trusted intelligence partner and provider. The MIRC is ideally suited to supply continued intelligence support enablers for expeditionary missions and international engagement activities, such as peace building and security cooperation.
The MIRC consists of over 6,300 Soldiers in more than 40 units across the continental US, Hawaii, and Europe. Since its inception, the MIRC has deployed approximately 6,000 Soldiers in support of named and unnamed contingencies around the world and provides operational intelligence support to nearly every national intelligence agency and Combatant Command.
Like their active counterparts, MIRC Soldiers provide a breadth of intelligence specialties, supply relevant and valuable operational intelligence support, and stand ready for rapid deployment when needed.
To provide trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and units to meet the operational intelligence requirements of Combatant Commands and the national intelligence community.
The MIRC will be ready to deploy and enable the Army to win decisively against any adversary in a multi-domain, highly competitive environment from any location. The MIRC will do this through the employment of deployable, trained, equipped and connected intelligence units-of-action led by exceptional leaders at all levels.