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A Mortuary Affairs Team sets up a Mobile Integrated Remains Collection System (MIRCS), which is used to process and store human remains on the battlefield. Overall, 962nd QM deployed six Mortuary Affairs Teams consisting of five Soldiers per team and three MIRCS into the 3rd IBCT Brigade Support Area to provide simulated human remains processing for Soldiers who were assessed as killed in action or died of wounds throughout the exercise. 962nd QM maintained the capability to process up to 20 sets of human remains per day, established tentative identification, and evacuated remains according to Army timeliness standards, all while maintaining dignity, reverence and respect. (Photos by Sgt. 1st Class Shalota Williams, Support Battalion, 196th Infantry Brigade)

A Mortuary Affairs Team sets up a Mobile Integrated Remains Collection System (MIRCS), which is used to process and store human remains on the battlefield. Overall, 962nd QM deployed six Mortuary Affairs Teams consisting of five Soldiers per team and three MIRCS into the 3rd IBCT Brigade Support Area to provide simulated human remains processing for Soldiers who were assessed as killed in action or died of wounds throughout the exercise. 962nd QM maintained the capability to process up to 20 sets of human remains per day, established tentative identification, and evacuated remains according to Army timeliness standards, all while maintaining dignity, reverence and respect. (Photos by Sgt. 1st Class Shalota Williams, Support Battalion, 196th Infantry Brigade)

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