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Does anyone know what the 2020 standard requirements for age 24 is? Pushups, Situps, Run?
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Military.com Logo Navy Physical Fitness Program Military.com | By Stew Smith The Navy's Physical Readiness Tests, which include associated height/weight/body fat measurements, are conducted twice…Continue
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Hello.. as I read your post I get teary eyed. Things have gotten real as my son approaches his ship date in March. Can anyone please tell me what he will need to take with him, I have a general idea…Continue
Hey! My son is leaving March 3, 2020 for boot camp. It’s getting close and this mama is getting nervous!!!
You might also want to join the March DEP group. Here's the link:
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