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delayed entry program 'delayed entry program' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A program under which an individual may enlist in a Reserve Component of a military service and specify a future reporting date for entry on active duty that would coincide with availability of training spaces and with personal plans such as high school graduation. Also called DEP. See also active duty'.
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