Hoover mulled it over and wrote back canceling his reassignment.
Any infraction of the rules could bring demotion or reassignment to another city, which proved tough on families and very costly.
Though this might easily have been grounds for dismissal or reassignment, nothing of the sort happened.
All these teams uncovered a substantial number of men and women considered eligible for further training or reassignment.
We have journeyed together for two whole terms; there is only one more between you and reassignment.
Further delay, he predicted, would cause confusion in reassignment of some 4,000 troops.
reassignment to a distant station is of course a day-to-day possibility in the life of any military officer.
Then he shoved the magazine into his pocket and trudged on toward the veteran's reassignment headquarters.
No doubt they'd made their last report to Taber and had headed back to Washington for reassignment.
late 14c., "order, request, directive," from Old French assignement "(legal) assignment (of dower, etc.)," from Late Latin assignamentum, noun of action from Latin assignare (see assign). Meaning "appointment to office" is mid-15c.; that of "a task assigned" (to someone) is from c.1848.