Military Term Dor?

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The military is long for its long list of acronyms that relate to different areas and levels of service. The term DOR in the military can mean two different things depending on the context used. It can stand for date of rank or drop on request. When DOR is used for date of rank it means the form or person is requesting the date in which you were promoted. If it is referring to drop on request then it means to drop out of a position or location.
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