Brig. Gen. Joseph Dziezynski, former deputy commanding general of U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, has assumed new duties as head of the Army Reserve's Military Intelligence Readiness Command (MIRC).
Dziezynski, who formally took charge of MIRC at a Fort Belvoir ceremony on Saturday, will lead the organization's operational intelligence support to combatant commands and national intelligence agencies, the service branch said Wednesday.
He has served in all of the branch's active-duty, reserve and National Guard components throughout his career and held operational intelligence assignments during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
His previous roles included leadership roles at the 2400 Military Intelligence Group, Army Reserve Element Central Command and the 259th Expeditionary MI Brigade. He worked with multiple MIRC units during his time at MIG.
The Army commissioned Dziezynski in 1991 from West Point and assigned him to the Army Reserve in 2002 as a military intelligence officer.