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    Re: PT in the Army

    Being ready to fight is the base for conflict. Dominating you enemy you enemy on the battlefield is the goal and should the goal in peace time. All soldiers or military personnel should be in excellent shape. You never know when you might need to pic up that rifle and get the job done. Cook, mechanic, clerk it makes no difference. Now the weight thing. If you meet the physical standard you should be good to go. I say you ruck march 9 miles to the range to qualify, the ruck back against a time standard. The next day you do PU, SU and 1 mile run. You fail twice bye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterBen View Post
    And, like in the old days, anything is waivered "for the good of the service." If they have a choice between having an overweight Blood Banker and having fit corpses, they will choose the overweight lab tech.

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