Individual Ready Reserve


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Individual Ready Reserve

A manpower pool consisting of individuals who have had some training, who have served previously in the Active Component or in the Selected Reserve, and have some period of their military service obligation remaining. Members may voluntarily participate in training for retirement points and promotion with or without pay. Also called IRR. See also Selected Reserve.
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(22) The first report was required to address the actions being taken by DOD to ensure that those being recruited for the armed forces were aware of Stop Loss and the further possibility of being recalled from the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) following their active duty obligation.
Many of them will have a reserve obligation following active duty, even if it's Individual Ready Reserve and they may be asked to lace up their boots, yet again, in the future.
Additionally, with limited numbers of Soldiers assigned to units, personnel are cross-leveled or brought from the Individual Ready Reserve to fill unit vacancies.
His record shows that he served about 29 years in the military, the bulk of that time on inactive duty in the Army Individual Ready Reserve. It showed he was activated three times to active duty service - 2003-2004 serving in Karbala, Iraq; 2000, serving in Macedonia/Kosovo; and 1996-1997, serving in Bosnia.
military cannot meet its recruiting goals and will not be able to maintain proposed troop deployment levels without calling up progressively more Individual Ready Reserve forces.
On June 4 a Marine panel in a special hearing in Kansas City recommended Kokesh be given an immediate general discharge from the Individual Ready Reserve. Kokesh has been a member of the inactive reserve since finishing his active duty service.
Active-duty commands are being encouraged to advise service members departing active duty and transferring to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) of their legal obligation to participate in the annual reporting requirements per NAVADMIN 010/07.
The military personnel were a healthy mix of active duty, reserve, and individual ready reserve personnel, both officer and enlisted alike.
Code), is a new benefit providing educational assistance to members of the reserve components--Selected Reserve (Sel Res) and Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)--who are called or ordered to active service in response to a war or national emergency, as declared by the President or Congress.
The portion of the eight years not served on active duty remains an obligation for reserve service: if not in a unit, then in the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).
This is significant, given that the Army has also already called up members from the Individual Ready Reserve and moved new recruits from its delayed entry program into basic training earlier than scheduled.
Approximately 58,000 of these are members of the Individual Ready Reserve. They have finished their active-duty obligation and do not train regularly with any unit, but they are vulnerable to possible mobilization.

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