Does the USCAV.COM sell U.S Army PT t-shirt Army PT shorts Army PT pants Army PT jacket?
I don't know whether they sell Army pt shirts, pants, etc., but I did come across a cool store called SoldierCity which sells Army training clothes. Me and my boyfriend just got a couple of pairs of Army pt shirts and pants, and I got my dad (a retired Army veteran) some Army shorts for his summer workouts. We were all really impressed with the quality and service we got at SoldierCity.
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You will need to be able to do 42 Pushups, 53 situps, and run a 2 mile in 15:54 to pass Basic Training. These are only the minimum required to graduate.
"Nine minutes and thirty seconds. August 1981 Basic Training PT Exam. "the Warriors", Company Echo, 8th BN. 2nd BDE, Ft Jackson, South Carolina. By a male 17 year old high sch…ool (junior) student on a split option training from San Diego, Calif. Army National Guard."
There is no regulation, it is entirely up to the company commander.
A Fort Jackson Soldier earned himself a 402 by doing the following. 132 push-ups in two minutes, 114 sit-ups in two minutes and an 11-minute, 53-second 2-mile run That's not…hing...I was our class PT Officer while at FAOBC at Ft. Sill in the summer of 2004 and an active army soldier in our class--don't recall his name (African-American, mid thirties--some one will know his name...) scored a 409--and 309 points of that were on the first two events (something like 140 push-ups and 123 sit-ups...) and they were ALL completely to standard...sucks when my own 364 was FIFTH in the battery...and who says the infantry is where all the hard core pt types go... Well, great job by these guys. I am 42 years old and I just got a 405 on the extended scale for my unit, DSTB 1st armored Division. its good to know that we still have some really awesome fit soldiers out there.
Most Army rangers have an average PT score of above 270. . Special forces must have above 280
yes, but usually have to fail a couple and show no improvments between the test
No. The male and female PT tables are labeled that way for a reason. When the current three-event PT test (which I don't agree with as it doesn't really test the physical d…emands of a soldier; the Canadian Army's PT test is much better) was developed in the late 1970s, the female standards in all three events were far lower than the male standards. That changed when every woman in the Army maxed the situp portion of the PT test.
I've never had to take one in three combat tours, but I've seen some units which did administer them. Typically, these would be units which never left the FOB. However, in com…bat, there are more pressing matters than one's PT score.
Your chain of command could, but there would be a reason for this to happen. If you were overweight or unable to pass your PT tests, then you'd be expected to do additional PT….
AR 350-01, AR 600-9 and FM 21-20
Yes, it can be. Fail a PT test, and you'll be flagged and barred from favourable action. Now, you might be able to protest it with the aid of JAG if it happens to you.. I cann…ot say for certain what the end result of that would be.
If you're taking a civilian flight you booked on your own, the airline isn't going to prevent you from doing so. However, you're not supposed to - when you're traveling, you'r…e supposed to be either in Class A/B uniform, or in civilian clothes. If you're taking a DOD chartered flight to a duty station (for example, if you're assigned to a unit in Korea, you'll take a chartered flight to Korea), you absolutely do not want to do this - again, Class A/B uniform, or civilian attire. If you show up at your Replacement unit in PTs, you're going to get hemmed up for it. If you're on a military or charter flight to a combat zone, training deployment, etc., you're going to fly out in ACUs (it was BDUs and DCUs during my time). That's another uniform you're not supposed to wear while traveling. In short, when traveling, unless otherwise specified, it's Class A uniform, Class B uniform, or civilian attire. You're best to go with (appropriate) civilian attire.
AR 670-1 paragraph 1-15 "Conservative prescription and nonprescription sunglasses are authorized for wear when in a garrison environment, except when in formation and whi…le indoors." When conducting PT (in garrison) you are always in some kind of formation, be it a standard formation, extended rectangular formation, or circle formation.
The highest score ever recorded was 500 (max score recorded). Many soldiers achieved this score. Currently, the US Army has three events in the PT test (max score is 300). How…ever, there used to be five events, thus the ability to score 5 x 100 = 500.