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Synonyms for enlist

Synonyms for enlist

to become a member of

Synonyms for enlist

join the military

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hire for work or assistance


engage somebody to enter the army

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Curtis's History of the Twenty-Fourth Michigan of the Iron Brigade, of the original 1,026 enlistments in 1862, 48 give Canada as place of birth.
The impending expiration of terms of enlistment on December 31 for many of Washington's troops further threatened to reduce his numbers.
The latest data show that large increases in recruiting resources, in light of the projected shortfall for fiscall 1984, have indeed resulted in more enlistments.
Further, the Company is pleased to report that it received nearly $1,000,000 in revenue from the program and that subscription enlistments continue to grow at a very good pace.
The Oregon Guard set new records for both enlistments and re-enlistments in February, the latter undoubtedly helped by a rush to beat the end of $20,000 re- enlistment bonuses.
Minnesota officials gave Minnesota-resident Soldiers and those who committed to six- to 12-year commitments an extra $8,000 or $5,000 for extending their enlistments by three or six years.
It should be noted that the Army currently offers two-year enlistments for all of these jobs, as well as for the infantry.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - Saying their skills are needed to fight terrorism and for other possible military action, the Air Force will retain airmen and officers in certain specialties, including test pilots, from leaving the service when their enlistments are up.
As they near the end of their enlistments, the soldiers will have the opportunity to interview with Accenture.
DeFazio, a Springfield Democrat, asked that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld rescind all enlistments made under the mistaken order.
To get maximum benefit from the new short enlistment option, John Tillson suggests grouping cohorts of college students from the same region or university, who would train and deploy together overseas on short-term enlistments.
Air Force personnel who have re-enlisted, extended their enlistments or been promoted recently may be getting shortchanged in their paychecks, officials said.
At present, young black enlistees are more likely than young whites to complete their enlistments successfully.
The Army tightened its requirements for enlistment and re-enlistment when it switched to an all-volunteer force but it began allowing waivers in select instances when volunteers couldn't meet its medical, moral and criminal records requirements.