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AWOL

[ā′wôl]
abbreviation for absent without leave.
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The AWOL problem is one of many that have dogged the U.
Went AWOL in 2004 following Afghanistan deployment and has lived in Canada since.
Distillers, who may be uncomfortable with seeing their products consumed in a manner reminiscent of marijuana and opium, are among the most vocal opponents of AWOL, which could work against their efforts to project a responsible image and to market brands based on taste.
Most soldiers who go AWOL are between the ages of 18 and 25, Middleton said.
In 1968, combined Vietnam AWOLs and desertions reached over 150 per thousand soldiers.
Khalid Sali who went AWOL in 2008, or seven years ago," said Armed Forces of the Philippines public affairs office (PAO) chief Lt.
The Ministry of Defence denied the pressures of fighting were to blame for the AWOL figures.
The report said that most of the soldiers who went AWOL are believed to have done so after a six-month tour of the Helmand province of Afghanistan.
HIS sister says she's worried over the disappearance of alleged BNP member Anthony Phipps, of Stechford, who has gone AWOL from 3 Mercian Regiment.
There are safeguards in place to ensure any individual who returns from AWOL is treated in a sensitive manner.
Now Welsh, from Blyth, Northumberland, has disappeared from his barracks in Hounslow, London, and is officially classed as AWOL.
Original choice George Ryan went AWOL on Friday night.