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Synonyms for enlistee

any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)

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After eliminating individuals who were not in fact eligible to receive CSB and individuals with other missing information, we had 13,461 usable survey observations: 12,025 enlistees and 1,436 officers.
So many young enlistees have been targeted in recent years that some officers now call predatory dealers a threat to national security.
Finding the encampment deserted and evidence of foul play, Sarge leads most of his unit into the hills to investigate, leaving behind pacifist Napoleon (Michael McMillian) and beautiful 19-year-old enlistee Amber (Jessica Stroup) as look-outs.
In 1944 an explosion killed over three hundred men, most black loaders, and while white officers were commended for heroism, their surviving black enlistee counterparts were sent to repeat the job on another ship.
(2) What factors accounted for the difference in estimated enlistee training costs in our 1998 and 2005 reports?
Now the conservative Heritage Foundation has analyzed enlistee demographics by looking at household incomes in the zip codes recruits come from.
the Russian enlistee who after tortuous discussion with the enlisting officer, finally had "Methodist Orthodox" written down in the religious denomination box of his attestation papers.
While staying true to surviving written records, Bohner imagines Hugh McNeal, an army enlistee, as a waterman, expert in handling and repairing the boats that accompanied the expedition.
As an airman enlistee assigned to the Strategic Air Command (1956-59), I suggest VFW close the window on the eligibility gap.
For the moment, here at an inn in Santa Rosa, I am a rank enlistee. Fronting me are 21 paper cups filled with likely smells--bits of fruit, spices, honey, jam.
More specifically, the newer enlistee is driven as much by such perks as days off, longer lunches, gasoline discounts, sales incentives and flexible hours as tenured associates are geared to dental plans, extended care policies and free phone service.
After embarking on what I thought would be a lifetime career as a Delaware Wing-T coach, I became intrigued with the possibilities of the double wing, and, in 1990, became an early enlistee in what has since become a growing legion of tight double wing coaches.
This Hair is set at a convention protest site far livelier than the real thing: "We're gonna be on national TV," cries a rally leader, "so keep it in your pants!" (And they do - no retro nudity here, only a few bared butts.) Written on the run during rehearsal by director Bill Poore, the new book incorporates actors' real-life stories a la A Chorus Line, transforms reluctant draftee Claude into a gung-ho gay enlistee, adds a lesbian love triangle and some civil-rights speechmaking, turns the title song into a wiggy drag number and "Frank Mills" into a transvestite torch song.
The two petitioners Major General (R) Saeed Ahmed Wala and Brig (R) Abdul Malik told the meeting that the path leading to the Buddhist Stupa and monastery Dharmarajika comprising of 'khasra' no 151 of the revenue department is protected under Antiquities Act 1975 and keeping in view its international significance and importance, it should be protected being the enlistee of the UNESCO World cultural heritage site.