MRC

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MRCMonthly Recurring Charge
MRCMemory Re-Call (calculator)
MRCMedia Research Center
MRCMedical Reserve Corps (US Citizen Corps)
MRCMedical Research Council (UK)
MRCMekong River Commission
MRCMobile (Radio) Router and Control
MRCMedia Rights Capital (various locations)
MRCMassachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
MRCMaricopa (Amtrak station code; Maricopa, AZ)
MRCModel Railway Club (various locations)
MRCMaster Requirement Code (US federal cataloging process)
MRCMerchant Risk Council
MRCMortgage Research Center (various locations)
MRCMulticultural Resource Center
MRCMultidisciplinary Research Centre (University of Namibia)
MRCMedia Rating Council
MRCModel Rectifier Corporation
MRCMalaysian Red Crescent
MRCModern Records Centre (UK)
MRCMagnetic Ride Control (automobiles)
MRCMedicare Rights Center
MRCMixed Raster Content
MRCMedical Research Council of Canada
MRCMagneto Resistive Cluster
MRCMacintosh Resource File
MRCMini Remote Control
MRCMulti Rate Optics Card
MRCMagnetic Ride Control
MRCMisprediction Recovery Cache
MRCMitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd. (Japan)
MRCMount Royal College
MRCMunich Reinsurance Company (Munich, Germany)
MRCMethodist Rehabilitation Center
MRCMarsh Risk Consulting (New York)
MRCMaximal-Ratio Combining
MRCMaximum Rated Capacity (equipment)
MRCMonnaie Royale Canadienne (Royal Canadian Mint)
MRCMedical Research Council of South Africa
MRCMedical Research Charities (formerly Medical Research Agencies of America)
MRCMarine Resources Committee (Friday Harbor, WA)
MRCMcJunkin Red Man Corporation (various locations)
MRCMajor Regional Conflict
MRCMaster of Rehabilitation Counseling (degree)
MRCMindarie Regional Council (Australia)
MRCMississippi River Commission
MRCMarketing Research Consultants (various locations)
MRCMinnesota Reading Corps (est. 2003; statewide initiative)
MRCMulti-Racing Championship (video game)
MRCMagnetic Resonance Center (various locations)
MRCMetal & Recycling Company (Kuwait)
MRCMid-Roll Change (film/camera)
MRCMission Research Corporation
MRCMechanical Repair Coverage
MRCMcLaughlin-Rotman Centre (University of Toronto; Canada)
MRCMines Resort City (Malaysia)
MRCMatteo Ricci College (Seattle University; Seattle, WA)
MRCMaintenance Requirement Card
MRCMajor Regional Contingency
MRCManagement Review Council (US FEMA)
MRCMonthly Recurring Cost
MRCMeat Research Corporation
MRCMarine Resources Council (Palm Bay, FL)
MRCMultinationals Resource Center (Washington, DC)
MRCMountain Rescue Committee (United Kingdom)
MRCMinority Resource Center
MRCMaterials Review Committee (various organizations)
MRCMathematics Research Center
MRCMagneto-Resistive Cluster (tape recorder heads)
MRCMarine Resources Center
MRCMaterials Recovery Center (various organizations)
MRCMultiple Reporting Currencies (Oracle, finance)
MRCMcLaughlin Research Corporation
MRCModeling and Reasoning in Context (workshop)
MRCMount Rock Capital (various locations)
MRCMicrostrip Resonant Cell (electrical engineering)
MRCMidwest Regional Championship (various organizations)
MRCMonolithic Reinforced Concrete
MRCMachine-Readable Code
MRCMinimum Resolvable Contrast
MRCMaryland Recyclers Coalition
MRCMunicipalité Regional de Comté (Québec)
MRCmIRC Script File (file extension)
MRCMechanized Raise Climber
MRCMagnetic Recording Channel
MRCMidway Research Center
MRCMemory Reference Code
MRCMixed Radix Conversion
MRCMaumee River Crossing (Ohio)
MRCMichigan Rehabilitation Conference
MRCMarkless Register Control (Q.I. Press Controls)
MRCMembership Retention Committee (various organizations)
MRCModular Radio Cabinet
MRCMotorized Rifle Company
MRCMedia Resource Control (Sprint)
MRCMaintenance Repair Code
MRCMonland Restoration Council (Fort Wayne, IN)
MRCModular Remote Cabinet
MRCMateriel Release Confirmation
MRCMultiple Routing Configuration (computer networking)
MRCMateriel Readiness Command
MRCMovement Report Center
MRCMoisture Retention Curve (hydrology)
MRCChief Machinery Repairman (Naval Rating)
MRCMessage-based Reliable Channel
MRCMedical Response Center
MRCMixed Raster Coding
MRCManufacturing Resource Centre (UK)
MRCMilitary Review Committee
MRCMedical Readiness Committee
MRCManpower Requirements Change
MRCMeteorological Research Committee (Air Ministry, Great Britain)
MRCMadagascar Rally Championship (automobile racing)
MRCMercury Record Corporation
MRCMagnetic Recording Conference
MRCMaintenance Repair Card
MRCMaster Reference Code
MRCMessage Routing Component
MRCMaster Record Correction
MRCMilitarized Reconfigurable Computer
MRCMaterial Receipt Card
MRCMobile Radio Component (US military mobile radio systems)
MRCMestrec Document (file extension)
MRCMalfunction Reporting and Control
MRCMcKean Rehabilitation Center (Thailand)
MRCMethodology Research Core
MRCMarine Revitalization Corporation
MRCMental Retardation Counsellor (Canada)
MRCMulti-Level Reverse Carry
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The reader should skip lightly over this and plunge into the meat of the book: a series of essays addressing each of Indonesia's major regional conflicts of the last decade.
* Maintaining the capability to defeat overwhelmingly a rogue regime in a major regional conflict, while successfully deterring and preparing to defeat a second such regime.
For our hypothetical major regional conflict (MRC) example, a decline in either variable--military strength or economic health--leads to a constant and thus predictable increase in the possibility of an MRC.
The Bottom Up Review analyzed in detail the need to fight and win two nearly simultaneous major regional conflicts. That requirement formed the basis for the Review's force structure recommendations.
Still, this is only the rough equivalent of one Army division; the Department of Defense estimates that four or five divisions would be needed to fight a major regional conflict. Deployment and support of follow-on divisions is dependent on sealift, which it takes a minimum of several weeks under the most favorable circumstances for a full division to be transported to the theater.
Or it will be forced to abandon its two major regional conflict strategy due to cuts in current force structure and reduced readiness.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Thursday expressed the optimism that Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's visit to Pakistan would prove to be a milestone in realizing Prime Minister Imran Khan's vision to resolve major regional conflicts and issues.
Political character of a state is another factor that regulates its retorts towards major regional conflicts. It all depends upon the regime and the leading ethnic and sectarian social group that is commanding the government (Rahman, 2008).
It is worth noting here that the "1 + 2" construct is somewhat a hybrid of previous studies from the last 25 years, such as the Bottom Up Review strategy of winning two major regional conflicts. However, O'Hanlon's idea is less ambitious, calling for the United States to be able to fight "one war plus two missions," the latter effort characterized by stabilization and peace-keeping like the drawdown efforts in Afghanistan.
To counter PKK activities in the Kurdish-dominated regions of the southeast, Turkish policymakers very closely are reviewing the Tamil Tigers' experiment in Sri Lanka, and they plan to repeat the same type of victory in their final showdown with the PKK.Since the end of World War II and the recognition of the boundaries of the nation-state, the international system was not favorable to dramatic changes; stateless nationalism had no choice but to engage in war of secession, which in turn would develop into major regional conflicts. Unlike the Kurdish conflict in Turkey, resentment of the Tamil's privileged status under British colonial rulers surfaced when the Sinhalese majority took power after independence in 1948.
Back in the early 1990s, the Defense Department used to brag about its readiness to engage in two major regional conflicts nearly simultaneously.
These parameters are captured in a new planning methodology in which several likely deployment scenarios, from small-scale humanitarian operations to major regional conflicts, are considered.