• WordNet 3.6
    • n enlistee any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
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In literature:

Enlistees could still carry on their trades and jobs.
"Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
Moreover, all black enlistees would be given the opportunity to serve as individuals in integrated units.
"Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965" by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.

In news:

FARGO The Air National Guard has had a policy change and now can accept enlistees up to age 40.
In the face of a huge drop in Black recruitment, the US military is waging a losing battle on the home front - for new enlistees to don the uniform.
'American kicked in' for 9/11 enlistee Loeffler.
Once top enlistee , he now works to aid vets.
New military enlistees (EDS NOTE: no names provided) take their oath in front of Dallas City Hall before the Veteran's Day Commemoration on Monday, Nov 12, 2012, in Dallas.
More than 150 enlistees from each military branch were on hand to take the US Armed Forces Oath of Enlistment.
A Walt Disney museum and a digital arts center are among the enlistees at the city's former Army base.
Six lower-level enlistees have been punished, though Lynndie England's fate is unsettled.
On line 15 the name Andrew Carnegie, founder of Carnegie Steel, is seen with Civil War enlistees in a book of Civil War draft records.