Concepts & Programs HomeProgramsFocus Area 4: Modernization & TechnologyPart 2: Information OperationsPart 2.1 Command and Control (C2)MRRS


The Medical Readiness and Reporting System (MRRS) is a comprehensive mission-critical tracking system for immunizations and Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) used by the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. MRRS is a Web-based, real-time application with links to the existing authoritative data systems of the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS), Reserve Headquarter System (RHS), Coast Guard Business Intelligence (CGBI), and the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS). These system interfaces enable the Navy to reduce data input requirements, improve data accuracy, and track personnel. MRRS provides leadership with command and control visibility of force medical readiness, at the individual, unit, command and headquarters level to ensure that combat-ready personnel can rapidly respond to emergent missions. The system gives headquarters staff and leadership a real-time view of immunization status and force medical readiness. MRRS captures and maintains medical, immunization, injury management, and medical readiness information relating to all Navy, Marine and Coast Guard personnel.

Operational Impact

Medical readiness reporting is a command responsibility, and MRRS allows Marine commanders to accurately and efficiently report the medical readiness of their units. MRRS data updates in real time, which allows commanders to gain immediate awareness on the deployment health status of their units, down to the individual Marine.

In addition to tracking units and IMR, MRRS provides the capability to track Marines and Sailors diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and those who have experienced concussive events that may produce TBI. This capability gives commanders the ability to monitor the status of Marines who have suffered a concussive event in combat or at a home station and ensure those Marines are referred to the appropriate health care provider.

Program Status

MRRS became operational in June 2005. MRRS is enhancing to meet Service, Joint, and OSD requirements for unit medical readiness visibility and IMR reporting.


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