reenlistment


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a renewed enlistment

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Everybody always wants to make their reenlistment special," Cloyd said.
In that case, keeping 250,000 to 300,000 troops in Iraq for two years or longer would have risked so lowering morale and reenlistment rates as to destroy the all-volunteer force.
The initial enlistment and subsequent reenlistment of our servicemen and women are crucial to the composition of our military.
Each year, commands have their career information program assessed, which includes benchmarks for reenlistments, retention, and attrition.
In addition, a PTS application may be submitted when Sailors are negotiating orders to new commands, for selective reenlistment bonus purposes or any other reason requiring additional obligated service.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) atsea Sailors and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7 participation in the memorable reenlistment ceremony required hard work and planning.
Analyzes projected MOS health and recommends Enlisted Bonuses (EB), Selective Reenlistment Bonuses (SRB), and Targeted Selective Reenlistment Bonuses (TSRB).
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld approved the Targeted Selective Reenlistment Bonus (TSRB) Dec.
The Department of Defense (DOD) uses the Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) program to reenlist military personnel in critical specialties.
This is a self-imposed problem by a commander who thinks he's being measured not by his reenlistment rates or satisfaction of the people in his unit, but by what a good job he does maintaining the readiness rates of his aircraft.
On the reenlistment side, all but one of our 21 specialties is well above the five-year historical trend.
There are also bonuses for reenlistment, affiliation, and staying in service.
We wrestled with some tough issues: reenlistment, retention, conversion of 95Bs to 95Cs--but the bottom line is that I have complete confidence in the outstanding officers, noncommissioned officers, and soldiers that are leading and performing Military Police Corps missions throughout the world.
Retention and reenlistment of qualified Sailors is a mutual benefit to the Sailor and the Navy.
When asked about incentives to keep those with special certifications and clearances from exiting the Navy, Mabus talked about Selective Reenlistment Bonuses, but also focused on the service aspect and the good Sailors and Marines do for their country by choosing to stay in the military.