reenlistments

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  • noun Plural form of reenlistment.

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Examples

  • So I would say this: If you look at the numbers of reenlistments, which is very key because those are senior people, and you look at the accession numbers coming into the Marine Corps and the Army, which are the ground combat forces that are serving in these two war-fighting theaters, they are doing very well.

    CNN Transcript Aug 12, 2007

  • "As far as retention goes, the Congressional Budget Office estimates that a simple $8,000 bonus to personnel at their first enlistment point would increase reenlistments by 2 percentage points."

    GI Bill poses challenge to McCain

  • 'As far as retention goes, the CBO estimates that a simple $8,000 bonus to personnel at their first enlistment point would increase reenlistments by 2 percentage points.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: American Legion Backs Webb GI Bill: This Bill Would "��Encourage' Young People To Join The Military

  • He said he feared that would depress reenlistments by those wanting to attend college after only a few years in uniform.

    Hullabaloo

  • Though the specific circumstances are different in each of the conflicts, the foot soldiers on the other side of that war lack the generous salaries and reenlistments bonuses, sophisticated military training and laser guided weapons, but as they are now demonstrating daily they are more than ready to die for their specific causes.

    Barry Lando: Coalition of the Wilting

  • Addition­ally, three of the four branches of the armed forces met their recruiting goals in fiscal year 2005, and Army reenlistments are the highest in the past five years.

    Daimnation!: US Military Recruits

  • The question is, let's make sure we can get reenlistments.

    CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2006

  • Soldiers for the Truth has story after story of rank incompetence, from unit commanders willing to risk lives to suck up to their bosses to near blackmail for reenlistments to angry parents chasing recruiters away.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • With 200 dead in Iraq, morale in the tank and reenlistments threatened, the Army National Guard and Reserve are facing a crisis.

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • On December 18, total reenlistments were computed at 7140.

    Washington

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