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His previous duty stations include Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command, New Orleans; Navy Reserve Readiness Command Mid-Atlantic, Washington, D.
SoBran stated that the new contract builds upon an extensive history with the Navy, which includes supporting such entities as the Fleet Readiness Command Southeast in Jacksonville, Fla.
Transformation to Functional Operational Command (2005-Present) Major General Gregory Schumacher was the first commander of the Military Intelligence Readiness Command (MIRC).
Over the next two years, we will finalize the disestablishment of our 12 two-star readiness commands and transfer command and control of subordinate units to 11 one- and two-star operational and functional commands.
After the distinguished guests had made their presentations and the 94th Regional Readiness Command Band had played "The Army Goes Rolling Along," Soldiers enjoyed time with their families at a barbecue hosted on site by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Readiness Command, followed by the activation of USCENTCOM in January 1983.
Colonel Polakowski is now the Deputy Commander, 90th Regional Readiness Command.
ON July 9, 2003, the 88th Regional Readiness Command at Fort McCoy, Wis.