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Mobilization Deployment Readiness Exercise [MODRE]

A Mobilization Deployment Readiness Exercise [MODRE] is an Army National Guard exercise for units selected to participate in Reserve Component deployment training overseas. The exercise evaluates the unit's mobilization planning, completion of all requirements for overseas training, completion of individual's records review and update, deployment planning and training, and an assessment of the State Area Command unit's capability to support and/or execute mobilization procedures.

Units who underwent a MODRE prior to mobilization for Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM were more prepared than those units who did not conduct a MODRE. MODREs provide an opportunity for unit personnel to increase their preparedness in administrative and personnel matters, training, and logistics. MODRE Tearns provide assistance to unit personnel in conducting mobilization and deployment exercises. MODREs proved to be a valuable tool to prepare bits for contingencies.



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