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- n. The condition of being reenlisted
- n. A second or subsequent enlistment
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A renewed enlistment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or fact of reënlisting.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a renewed enlistment
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Know your facts man, reenlistment is through the use.
Some on the far right argue that since reenlistment is up that the soldiers must know something we don't and that things are actually going much better than it appears in Iraq.
But reenlistment is holding steady and even exceeding expectations.
If there was a draft and most of the military was composed of recruits who had no intention of making it a career, you can be certain reenlistment would be racing to the bottom, just like recruitment.
War, although in the midst of the war, in 1967, black first-term reenlistment rates continued to exceed white rates 2 to 1.
Right up there with demanding reenlistment bonuses back from soldiers wounded and discharged before their tour was up.
Robert Mitchell never left the states, was only in for three years, was refused reenlistment, was arrested
The Army has made up some poster to assist with retention, and reenlistment.
During the reenlistment ceremony, I was given a pair of Korean jump wings with a hat and my rank on it from a KATUSA.
Like the Arabic linguists described above, they had a rather low reenlistment rate.