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.
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How to use reenlistment in a sentence
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’ | Michael Thomsen | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
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 | Dakota Meyer | September 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Postwar black reenlistment, particularly among service men stationed overseas, was climbing far beyond expectation.
That reenlistment be denied to regular Army soldiers who meet only the minimum standards.
It would also deny reenlistment to any man scoring less than eighty (category IV).
After one term of service a reenlistment would be quite apt to secure a contented recruit and a good soldier.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents | Grover Cleveland
Indeed, an abstract of his reenlistment January 1, 1864, shows a medical examination and perfect soundness.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents | Grover Cleveland