What does AWOL mean?
absent without leave
AWOL is an acronym standing for "Absent Without Leave" - meaning that someone was absent without proper authority from the appointed place of duty at which one is supposed to be stationed.
AWOL = Away With Out Leave
Absence Without Official Leave (US military)
Absent WithOut Leave
I believe by that you mean AWOL. It is an old military term which stands for Absence without Leave, meaning a worker's post was abandoned without permission. So if you mean something related to shopping, a model might have gone awol, a fashion show might have gone awol, (http://nymag.com/daily/fashion/2009/02/which_designers_are_awol_this.HTML) and by Paris Hilton, for example, you can use the following link to see how she has gone awol: Paris: http://www.hotmommagossip.com/2009/09/15/Paris-Hilton-goes-awol-gets-lawsuit/
This is from Rogue Status themselves: awol for us represents a Venice beach lifestyle "always west of Lincoln" a main street over here by the beach.
I think you may mean AWOL. This stands for Absent Without Leave.
Mohammed Awol was born in 1978.
It means Absent Without Leave (AWOL).
To go AWOL in a relationship means that either party bf/gf has officially dismissed him/herself from the relationship-a true case of partnered abandonment. There's no commitment,emotions or physical ties bounding this person to stay.
Sheikh Muhammad Awol was born in 1934.
Not while he's AWOL. When he returns to military control, his separation date is pushed out to account for all the time he spent AWOL.
It is actually AWOL. It stands for "Absent Without Leave" It is a military term used when a soldier is absent with no reason to be.
If you were not at camp or on base at the time then yes you are AWOL big time! If you were somewhere in camp or on base and just decided not to turn up you weren't AWOL, but you sure are goin' to get it! LOL Marcy AWOL stands for absent without leave Michael
Start off with sites: Statistics about the Vietnam War, then move on to AWOL or Military AWOL (Absent Without Leave).
Being AWOL - means you have left somewhere that you were expected to be - without permission. It's typically applied to the armed forces, especially the army. If a soldier leaves the base without authorisation - he is considered AWOL, and would be disciplined on either his return, or capture !
To write an explanation answer letter of why you were AWOL you should include your name, rank, and specifically why you weren't on duty. You can start the letter with," please accept this as written notification as to why I was AWOL."
Yes there are lots of games like Awol, such as Club Penguin, Conquer Online and Habbo Hotel. Dragon Fable and Powerpets are also games like Awol.
AWOL - 1972 is rated/received certificates of: Sweden:15
Most military offense have a five year statute of limitations. AWOL is not included in this limitation. After 30 days, AWOL becomes desertion and there is no limitation on that offense.
AWOL - 2010 was released on: USA: 2011 (Sundance Film Festival) (premiere)
AWOL-72 - 2014 was released on: USA: 10 October 2014
I went awol in ait and was discharged at my request.. to a general.. woop big deal it was worth it lol
Yes, my girlfriend was arrested and taken to jail for awol from the colorado national guard...
The cast of AWOL to Horror - 1998 includes: Shaun Robert Smith as The Soldier
AWOL from the British Army.. Yes i know someone who did it but don't be shocked when it catches up with you.
Yes The National Guard is a military orginization and you have made a commitment to it. They can and will send you to Jail if you go AWOL Some things to clarify here... the only time you can actually be AWOL from a National Guard unit is when that unit is federally activated under orders which transfer the command from the National Guard to the Regular Army... ipso facto, it's technically not possible to be… Read More
Absent Without Official Leave as in if you do a crime and you are down in any base example: Milatary, army, marines, etc, you are AWOL.
AWOL is a military term meaning Absent WithOut Leave, meaning basically some who is missing without an excuse.
an AWOL soldier
If the unit is being deployed then it is possible. But if you are AWOL for drills, you will get a less than honorable discharge.
Connor is the Akron AWOL in Neal Shusterman's Book Unwind. There is another book Unwholly after that in case you were wondering
Marines do not go "AWOL" they go UA -Unauthorized Absence- Absent With out Leave is an Army term, but to answer your question "no" there is not a list that i know of.
Now with Bill Moyers - 2002 AWOL was released on: USA: 24 August 2007
AWOL - 1972 was released on: USA: May 1972 (San Francisco, California) Sweden: 12 June 1972
AWOL (Away With Out Leave)
The cast of AWOL - 2010 includes: Kayla Dempsey Darrell Larson as Pete Jon Sordoni as Jon Breeda Wool as Rayna
Judge Alex - 2005 AWOL Not My Loan 1-29 was released on: USA: 2005
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he has a nervous breakdown
The cast of Project AWOL - 2013 includes: Glenn Arcaro as himself Kameron George as Himself - Host Dakota McLaren as himself
long term AWOL (over 30 days) is desertion and is a felony. this dude i know just got five years in Leavenworth for it. y
Yes, BUT, It will depend on what exactly the job is, and who the agency is. The agency should have a list of requirements for the position that you can read. Another View: If your AWOL incident caused you to be dishonorably discharged the answer is NO.
Pawn Stars - 2009 Chumlee Goes AWOL - 2.12 was released on: USA: 18 January 2010
The Army deserter was AWOL.
Swift and certain justice.
Absent without official leave
away, introuvable, truant, awol
To desert or to go AWOL.
Army Wives - 2007 AWOL 4-14 was released on: USA: 25 July 2010 Belgium: 13 August 2012