624th RSG personnelists conduct IRR muster

Senior Airman Angel Mafnas, 44th Aerial Port Squadron, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, helps Capt. Jarrett Rogers process in at an Individual Ready Reserve muster conducted by the 624th Regional Support Group Directorate of Personnel May 1 at the 15th Services Makai Recreation Center, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Captain Rogers was one of 66 people called up from inactive status who attended the event. During the muster, the Reservists were briefed on their rights, benefits and responsibilities of their status in the IRR. The event which was the first of its kind held in Hawaii generated 18 recruiting leads. The IRR Muster Program exists to enhance readiness and ensure the Air Force can "reach out and touch" members of the IRR population when called upon to do so. The objectives are to provide overall structure to gather and maintain IRR Airmen contact and physical condition information, thereby increasing efficiency of the activation process for total or full mobilization. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel)

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