reenlistment


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Noun1.reenlistment - a renewed enlistment
enlistment - the act of enlisting (as in a military service)
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Have a reenlistment with at least 48 months remaining upon entering the program.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) at-sea Sailors and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7, participated in a historic reenlistment ceremony of astronomical proportions when astronaut and U.
This accession bonus will mitigate the loss of any reenlistment incentives that NCOs incur when volunteering for any of the officer programs and help attract high quality applicants to the MI WO ranks.
Because so many soldiers in the all-volunteer military are married with families (compared to conscript armies), and because soldiers must periodically be induced or persuaded to voluntarily reenlist, the Pentagon must rotate its forces in and out of theater every 12 months or so in order to maintain morale and reenlistment.
In addition, SOCOM is working with the regular military services and the defense secretary's office to identify new incentives, such as salary increases and improved reenlistment bonuses, retirement benefits and educational opportunities to encourage reenlistments.
With the program's expansion to the entire Army, the eArmyU "Technology Pack" or "laptop" option will be offered solely as a retention and readiness tool in support of Army Transformation and the Army Campaign Plan, officials said, by encouraging reenlistment into combat forces/operational units.
For this hearing, GAO was asked to provide the results of its work on military compensation for National Guard and Reserve personnel and on the Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) program, a tool DOD can use to enhance retention of military personnel in critical occupational specialties.
On the reenlistment side, all but 3 of our 21 specialties are well above the five-year historical trend.
Beginning with this article and expounding on in future articles, we will examine the situation of below-average reenlistment figures for the correction field and what options may be available to address the problem.
Retention and reenlistment of qualified Sailors is mutually beneficial to the Sailor and the Navy.
The Air Forces focus on improving retention and quality of life across the service has been a key priority for Air Force leadership with the expansion of selective reenlistment bonuses from 44 to 117 Air Force specialty codes, high year of tenure extensions for 122 specialties, and strong support of Defense Secretary Ash Carters Force of the Future initiative, which included the extension of maternity leave.
Te new program is a career counselor's single system for identifying eligibility requirements, managing reenlistment applications and reporting results.