re-enlistment

re-enlistment

(ˌriːɪnˈlɪstmənt)
n
1. (Military) the act or state of being re-enlisted into the armed forces
2. the act or state of being re-enlisted into the armed forces
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TNVS operators with hatchbacks that were previously delisted could be given priority for re-enlistment for franchise applications, he added.
Jacob Portier, the officer in charge of the platoon, has been charged separately for overseeing Gallagher's re-enlistment ceremony next to the corpse and not reporting the alleged stabbing.
"This re-enlistment represents a first for our command under AFC and we look forward to celebrating more as additional Soldiers are offered the choice of staying and serving," he said.
He went on to stand over the youth's body and perform a re-enlistment ceremony while another member of the team held up a US flag, they said.
In this hypothetical example, causing the change might be a single approach or multiple as we have witnessed with Voluntary Early Retirement Authority, Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments, sabbatical leave programs, termination for convenience of contracts, Office of Management and Budget A-76 reviews (of economy of effort and principal reliance on commercial sources), enlistment and re-enlistment bonuses, etc.
The United States Air Force has levied tough punishments against three members of the Tennessee Air National Guard for dishonoring the military traditions during a re-enlistment ceremony after a video of it went viral. 
The Pentagon has had to pay unprecedented and costly enlistment and re-enlistment bonuses to get people to join the military and to remain when their initial commitment is complete.
I guess I could not fathom how much support meant to me until I saw the proud faces of my entire family at my re-enlistment at the USS Constitution.
Also, a selective re-enlistment bonus for RPA maintenance has been established to help retention efforts.
In addition, he established an objective of achieving a 15 percent re-enlistment rate for first-termers.
A situation with John Dos Passos involved accusations of harming relations with the Italian government and of touting pacifism, which led Bates to remove him from the area and ban him from re-enlistment (44-48), and Florczyk inserts an image of a 27 June 1918 typed letter in which Bates heralds "the heroic fighting of the Italian soldiers," the "magnificent fighting qualities of this great people," albeit with a postwar handwritten annotation stating that "This + other such comments in these letters were for the benefit of the Italian Military Censor + did not reflect my true opinion of the fighting qualities of the Italians" (illustrations n.