[ree-uh n-list-muh nt]
- an act of reenlisting.
- a person who reenlists: We've gained 3000 reenlistments this month.
- the period of service following a reenlistment: His reenlistment is three years.
Origin of reenlistment
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Examples from the Web for reenlistment
Denials of reenlistment almost completely disappeared, dropping from 4,000 in 1994 to only 81 in 2006.How Neo-Nazis and Gangs Infiltrated the U.S. Military: Matt Kennard’s ‘Irregular Army’
December 13, 2012
My reenlistment date was coming up, so I wanted to get myself fixed up, good as new.Send Bin Laden the Bill: Dakota Meyer on His Return From Afghanistan
September 29, 2012
After one term of service a reenlistment would be quite apt to secure a contented recruit and a good soldier.
Indeed, an abstract of his reenlistment January 1, 1864, shows a medical examination and perfect soundness.
That reenlistment be denied to regular Army soldiers who meet only the minimum standards.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965
Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.