Tech Sgt. Calvin Campbell, 138th Fighter Wing, completes a run during an annual physical fitness assessment, April 7, 2019. C.T. MICHAEL/U.S. AIR NATIONAL GUARD
Tech Sgt. Calvin Campbell, 138th Fighter Wing, completes a run during an annual physical fitness assessment, April 7, 2019. C.T. MICHAEL/U.S. AIR NATIONAL GUARD

‘No-fail’ practice fitness tests are expected for the whole Air Force in the spring

by Brian Ferguson
Stars and Stripes

Airmen soon will have several chances to pass their fitness assessment, a draft Air Force policy stated, days after one of the service’s largest commands said it would allow favorable practice tests to count.

The draft policy said that airmen can take up to three diagnostic fitness assessments conducted under official conditions. If they’re happy with the scores, they can count them as official.

Airmen taking diagnostic assessments may end them at any point without any of the consequences of failing an official test, the policy said.

A “no fail” fitness test policy was first floated in August by Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth Wright.

Read more at: https://www.stripes.com/1.614861

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