October 4, The following version of U. Army Regulation was posted to a public-accessible website associated with an Alaska-based construction company. It prescribes policies, procedures, and guidance to plan and implement the Department of the Army Physical Security Program. It provides guidance concerning requirements for and use of physical security equipment; the appointment of physical security officers and inspectors; the conduct of physical security inspections and surveys; the management of physical security credentials; the management and use of identification cards and badges; restricted areas; access control for installations and stand-alone facilities; and security forces.
Test results are used for personnel actions.
The supervisor of each event must have the event instructions and standards. Two stopwatches are needed. They must be able to measure time in both minutes and seconds.
Runners must wear numbers or some other form of identification for the 2-mile run. The numbers may be stenciled or pinned onto pullover vests or sleeveless, mesh pullovers or attached to the runners themselves. They should not wear basketball shoes or other types of court shoes.
BDUs may be worn but may be a hindrance on some events. Anything that gives a soldier an unfair advantage is not permitted during the APFT. Wearing devices such as weight belts or elastic bandages may or may not provide an advantage.
However, for standardization, such additional equipment is not authorized unless prescribed by medical personnel. The only exception is gloves. They may be worn in cold weather when approved by the local commander.
The soldier fills in his name, social security number, grade, age, and sex. See Figure 1. The unit will complete the height and weight data. Scorers record the raw score for each event and initial the results.
If a soldier fails an event or finds it difficult to perform, the scorer should write down the reasons and other pertinent information in the comment block.
After the entire APFT has been completed, the event scorer will convert raw scores to point scores using the scoring standards on the back of the scorecards. Proper supervision ensures uniformity in the following: Preparations for administering an accurate APFT include the following: Commanders must strictly control those factors which influence test performance.
They must ensure that events, scoring, clothing, and equipment are uniform. Commanders should plan testing which permits each soldier to perform to his maximal level.
They should also ensure the following:The PSO assists Soldiers, Family Members, and DOD civilians in the protection, physical security and loss prevention of personnel, assets, resources, weapons and equipment while maintaining liaison with Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies in support of .
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Physical security describes security measures that are designed to deny unauthorized access to facilities, equipment and resources and to protect personnel and property from damage or harm (such as espionage, theft, or terrorist attacks). The Army's Basic Training Physical Fitness Test is a three-event physical performance test used to assess endurance.
It is used to measure a your physical strengths, abilities, and cardio. Inventory of Field Manuals as of Jan 23, [PDF].
Inventory of Field Manuals as of Jun 21, [PDF]. Doctrine Information Briefing [PDF]. As part of the Army's Doctrine initiative. The United States Army Uniforms. Design Based on Soldier Feedback. Improved Physical Fitness Uniform TRANSITION TO: Army Physical Fitness Uniform.
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