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[ree-uh n-list-muh nt] /ˌri ənˈlɪst mənt/
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.
Also, re-enlistment.
Origin of reenlistment
1840-50; re- + enlistment Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • reenlistment rates, however, depend on future changes in both civilian unemployment and relative military pay.
  • Since there is no limitation on amounts excluded for enlisted members, the entire reenlistment bonus would be excluded.
  • Special pay, such as reenlistment bonuses, is also tax-free if the service member reenlists in a combat zone.
  • reenlistment rates are up, and several services have asked for increases in their budgets to reflect improved retention.
  • Successful trainees were slightly more likely to achieve higher pay grades and to be judged eligible for reenlistment.
  • Similarly, reenlistment bonuses could be used to help retain needed career personnel.

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