Army Retains APFT, Rejects APRT For Now

Contributor:  Peter Smith
Posted:  08/28/2012  12:00:00 AM EDT
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The Army will retain its current three-event Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT), opting not to implement a five-event Army Physical Readiness Test (APRT),which had been proposed by the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC ) and was in its trial phases. "We anticipate that the baseline Soldier physical readiness study, linked to Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills, may...

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