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But during the conflict, a system of codes--never meant for civilian use--were added to provide military personnel and armed service recruiters with a summary and characterization of the individual's first tour of duty so that if the veteran wanted to reenlist, the recruiter could make an informed decision as to whether the vet was worthy of reenlistment.
If I cared to involve myself with this garbage I'd reenlist.
After DADT was repealed, he felt that he might have a chance to reenlist.
However, in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, he decides to reenlist, putting their relationship to the test.
So, if you are one of those people, please do not enlist or reenlist.
The Army has lowered this year's retention goals, and some Soldiers may not have the opportunity to reenlist.
Weyrich, head of the Free Congress Foundation, told the Associated Press in summer 1999, "Until the Army withdraws all official support and approval from witchcraft, no Christian should enlist or reenlist in the Army, and Christian parents should not allow their children to join the Army.
The Army announced July 21 the implementation of a pilot program allowing Soldiers in critical skills who reenlist the ability to transfer Montgomery GI Bill benefits to their spouse.
When the time came to reenlist, Liberman decided to pursue a college degree while keeping his foot in the SEAL community, serving in the active reserves with SEAL Team 4 throughout his years at North Carolina State University.
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.