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Army May Go Back to Job-Specific Scoring After All on the New Fitness Test

The Army is considering returning to job-specific scoring bands for the new Army Combat Fitness Test, the service's top general recently stated. Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville and Army Secretary Christine Wormuth told lawmakers in the Senate Armed Services Committee that the force is still tweaking the test and balancing the desire for a fitter force while also striving not to harm efforts to fill the less physically demanding jobs that are critical to warfighting. "I took it last week; I think it's a... more


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