Does the USCAV.COM sell U.S Army PT t-shirt Army PT shorts Army PT pants Army PT jacket?
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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.
There are many certifications related to physical therapy. Theseinclude a physical therapy aide certificate, certificates inspecialized physical therapy, and a graduate degree in physicaltherapy.
Does the Santa Claus elfs really make the U.S. ARMY IPFU T-Shirt ARMY IPFU Shorts ARMY IPFU Trousers ARMY IPFU Pants ARMY IPFU Jacket?
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pts generally stands for 'points', an individual statistic measuring goals + assists for one player. For example, Evgeni Malkin, the NHL's leading scorer (aka he got the most pts or points) this past season (2011-12) scored 50 goals and got 59 assists, for a total of 109 pts
"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 school (junior) student on a split option training from San Diego, Calif. Army National Guard."
It means PHYSICAL THEREPAY. Thank you very much for letting me answer this question!!!=) Pressure_Treated"> Pressure Treated
to get into the army you have to be 17 and go talk to a recruiter you also have to be able to complete the asvab and pass a physical
The army is for to protect the country the army's in. It's not for you, if you mean for you to join, there is certain requirements that needs to be met, like you never went to jail, or be a Canadian Citizen, etc.
Do some research by going to www.goarmy.com, then you have to contact a local US Army recruiter by either walking in to the office or by calling and setting an appointment. You will take a practice test at the recruiting station and if you score high enough they will set you up to take the ASVAB , …once you scores have been posted 24-72 hours the recruiter will have you come back in to look at jobs (MOS's) , if you see something you want and are ready to make that commitment we can reserve that MOS for you right there on the spot, that job and incentive is yours and cannot be changed unless you become ineligible for that select job. Prior to going to Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) for you Physical you will need to have all you source documents (originals only High School/College Diploma/Degree or Transcripts for High School Seniors/Juniors, Birth Certificate, Social Security Card and a State issued ID or Drivers License), you will fill out a packet with your last 10 years of Employment, Residences, Education, References, etc... Once your recruiter has put all the information in the computer you will sign a Medical Pre-Screen , a release for a Background check/Court check, tattoo review form, take a Urinalysis (Drug Test), and have a Sex Offender search run. Once all the documents have been filled out and approved by MEPS you will be scheduled for a Physical at MEPS. The physical consists of another Urinalysis (Drug Test), Height/Weight check, Eye Exam, Hearing Test, they will draw blood to check your blood type and check for HIV/AIDS, have a blood pressure reading, from there you will go into a large room (males with males and females with females) undress down to your underwear and you will be examined for tattoo's, scars from surgery or stitches and be evaluated on your abilities to perform a duck walk, from there you will go in to room by yourself with a Doctor and there he/she will ask you to drop you pants and underwear down to your ankles: Males, with your penis and testacies exposed the doctor will ensure you have both testicles check for visible signs of STD's on your penis or there around as well you will turn your head and cough checking for Hernia's, from there they will ask you to turn around and spread you butt checks exposing you anus, there they are checking for anything out of the ordinary (there is no penetration for those who are 40 years old and younger being you do not require a Prostate Exam). Females the doctor will check your breasts for lumps and things that are not normal, (not a groping session) they will also check you vagina by slightly spreading your Labia to check for signs of child birth and visible signs of STD's in and around your vagina (there is no penetration in the vagina, you will not be getting a Pap Smear). Just be aware most doctors at the MEPS are males so be prepared to expose your breasts and vagina to a male doctor, they are professional individuals and try to make the process as quick and comforting as possible. After the medical process is complete you will go back to the Army office and wait to be seen by a Guidance Counselor , when you are called in you will either choose your job that you qualify, your term of service (years of enlistment) or verify that the job and your term of service you choose in the Recruiting Station is that in which you want to keep. After you have completed that part you will go through a Security Interview in which the will go back over you information that you provided you recruiter with and verify names, dates, address and employment are correct, you will sign a document that allows the Army to run you credit and sign a medical release form, once complete with that you will go to another Security section in which they will get your finger prints to run a FBI finger print check. From there you will go back to the control desk and sign up for the next swear in time. During the swear in process you will officially sign you contract and you have enlisted in to the Delayed Entry Program (DEP) or US Army Reserve. From there you will go back to the Army office and make 3 copies of you contract and they will give you a backpack and a packet to give to you recruiter. (MORE)
An army, besides the generalized meanings of 'a country's armed forces' or its 'land forces', is a type of formation in militaries of various countries
Locate your nearest Army recruiter station and talk to them. They will take you through the process of joining
The army is like a large city. In the military, you have swimming pools, restaurants, lots of things you have in a normal city. There are lots of jobs in the army. You can be a military policeman, you can be a lawyer, doctor, medical sergeant, part-time soldier, armored officer (tank driver), lots o…f jobs you can think of. So the military isn't bad. It's not like the military that you see in cartoon that they say something like, "give me 50 pushups, now!" That is not what the military is like. That's only a consequence. (MORE)
The army is used to protect their own country of war. Sometimes there's missions that even an undercover police agent can't handle, that's when the army comes in.
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 nothing...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--d…on'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. (MORE)
PT 109 was a US Navy patrol tordedo boat commanded by John F. Kennedy in 1943.
Back During WW2 and WW1 the main reason to be enlisted was because everyone else was doing it and because fighting for your country was the honourable thing to do. Some places had conscripts (like Singapore today) Where once you're 18 you have to do two years in the army. Now the allure of the army …for some is instead of prison, others it's to get a job in a hopeless situation, others to proudly serve their country (hooahh), and even others just to get education or get that discipline into their head. It's becoming an ever popular career path since the recession. (MORE)
Most Army rangers have an average PT score of above 270. . Special forces must have above 280
A medical profile in the Army is a form of orders issued by medical personnel. For most intents, it supercedes all other orders that conflict with the letter and intent of the issued profile. As an order given to a soldier, it falls under AR 600-8-105. There are a number of other regulations and Arm…y pamphlets under which it falls. For a specific regulation related to medical profiles, the best source of information is the chief medical officer of the installation to which you are assigned. Make an anonymous phone call and ask. . See the link below for a comprehensive list of all Army regulations and PDF files of those regulations. (MORE)
No, that is a myth. There is no regulation that states a Soldier cannot do PT after a Phase II physical.
First contact an Army Recruiter. They will give you a preliminary screening to make sure that your are fully qualified to enlist. If not they will advise you on whether the requirements are waiver-able or not. You must meet the height and weight requirements and be able to pass the ASVAB test which …is like the SAT/ACT but, includes some technical tests. So if you want to get in call a recruiter, stay out of trouble with the law since, law violations can disqualify you, and abstain from using drugs. (MORE)
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yes, but usually have to fail a couple and show no improvments between the test
PT Beam is an initial for Post-Tensional beam. PT beams are slabsthat are flat or ribbed and are normally used in construction of abuilding's foundation.
Can any one explain the difference between formal and informal PT in the Army and tell where they found the answer?
\nFormality is a concept, a blueprint, a protocol, a traditional and non-negociable rule. NOT a guideline. Informality is behavioural, moral deviation, but NOT necessarily different from the formality itself. The difference between the two can be illustrated as follows: " Sign here, please." or "Sig…n here, it says." A computer however, is not capable of informal attitude, or outcome. Anything erronious or unpredicted would be a result of a human action. Human behaviour itself (facial expressions, etc.) can be seen as a deviation from the formality in question. A formal army, in that sense, would be an army of machines only. Any expression, at all, made by these machines, would again be the result of human informality, for instance a robot that would make a joke, would be no more than the exact formal display, regardless the origin of such bizarre (could NOT be "behaviour")display.Any \ntheory (formality) executed and resulting in 100% computed and predicted outcome, is, however paradoxal, Fomal. Robocop can be seen as impossible, therefore, it happens but in a movie. \n\n (MORE)
prothrombin time is a factor involved in the clotting process. the factors nearly all of which are produced in the liver.
When I was in elementary school, we would ask each other "Are you P.T."? If the answer was yes, you were a pregnant teacher. If you answered no, you weren't potty trained. There you are!
There are 3 classes of ranks in the United States Army: Commission Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Soldiers. Commissioned Officers have the ability to simply resign their commission at any time, however, there may be penalties if they joined with a specific time commitment in exchange fo…r a scholarship or other monotary gains as part of their initial agreement for joining. Warrant Officers operate similarly, however, they have a different process through which they must submit a packet requesting retirement. Enlisted Soldiers both work on a contractual basis. If you get out of the Army by allowing your contract to expire, this is referred to as ETS, which stands for Estimated Time of Separation. If you are separated before your contract expires, it will have a different title for that type of separation based on the reason for early separation. If it is a punitive separation, it may be catagorized as a Dishonorable Discharge, which is notorious for following an individual for the rest of their lives and affecting future employment and credit options. A punitive discharge for a lesser violation may also be catagorized as a General Discharge or a General: Other than Honorable. While the latter is a negatively viewed discharge by prospective employers and creditors, the soldier can submit a request 6 months after their discharge date to have it recatagorized as simply a General Discharge. Medical Discharges are all classified as Honorable. A soldier can also be separated from the military for the cited reason "Failure to Adapt", which can be classified as either a General or Honorable Discharge. "Failure to Adapt" is one of the most commonly used discharge classifications for junior enlisted soldiers who have repeat minor violations of regulation in regard to the general military lifestyle, and for soldiers who consistantly fail to meet physical standards. Initial Entry Soldiers may request a separation due to "Failure to Adapt" for the first 6 months that they are enlisted, and when granted, this separation is usually classified as a General Discharge. This time frame is usually equivilant to their Initial Entry Training and Advanced Individual Training. (MORE)
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When you fail an APFT, fail height/weight requirements, etc., you'll be flagged and barred from favourable action. Your chain of command has a fair bit of leeway in determining how long they'll give you. Once you're flagged and barred, remedial training will be implemented, and you'll be expected to… show consistent marked improvement during this time. The leniency given by your chain of command will be based on your general character of service, and how badly you are needed. If a deadline for improvement has been set by your chain of command, it should be clearly stated on the counseling statement you receive after failing your APFT. (MORE)
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 demands 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. (MORE)
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 combat, 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.
You must be between 18 and 42 years old, or 18 years old with parental consent. You must be a US citizen or hold a green card. Most candidates have high school diplomas, but up to 10% per year may have GEDs. You must meet certain fitness standards which a recruiter can explain to you, and you will b…e asked about drug use and criminal background. (MORE)
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 cannot say for certain what the end result of that would be.
For Army PT is there a loop hole that allows a person to not do Company PT but rather PT on their own only?
There really doesn't need to be a loophole. If you're in a unit where you're on duty doing something else during company PT time, then you'd be required to do PT on your own. However, if you're in a unit which does PT together, and don't really have a valid reason why you can't do PT with the rest o…f the company, it's simply not going to fly. The Army isn't exactly a place for one to simply go off and do their own thing, not to mention that one of the purposes of doing PT as a unit is to help build better cohesion among the unit. If you find the morning PT to be insufficient, you can always hit the gym when you're released from duty for the day. (MORE)
Dude, I think your chances are slim. I've researched in internet on the topic and the result is not very hopeful. And, don't do anything stupid like shooting your foot.
First of all, you need to pass the requirements to serve in the Army. The enlistment standards covers these subjects: Age, Citizenship, Education, Aptitude, Physical Fitness, Dependency Status, Moral Character, etc. To view the enlistment standards, you must have Acrobat Reader installed on your com…puter. Once you have Acrobat Reader, you can view the enlistment standards. The enlistment standards doesn't get specific regarding physical fitness. If you have any questions about the physical fitness standards, feel free to to ask me at the forum. If you want to see the actual document the Army uses for physical fitness standards, you can download the Medical Fitness Standards. Visit the Army Standards page to see the weight requirements, as well as the physical fitness test requirements. (MORE)
PT warrant is a warrant issued for production of an Accused. P.T. warrant means Prisoner's Transit Warrant.
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're supposed to be either in Class A/B uniform, or in civilian clothes. If you're taking a DOD chartered flight to a duty stati…on (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. (MORE)
The answer is NO! There is no such thing. You do PT as soon as you arrive at your unit.
What is the US army bathroom policy Can you use it anytime or only specific time What about during PT?
You won't be allowed to break ranks from formations to use the bathroom, but you're pretty much free to use the bathroom at any other time. You treat it like you would a car trip - if you're going to be in formation for an hour or more for something like, say, a change of command ceremony, then you …use a little common sense and go beforehand. As for during PT, you might be able to run inside to use the bathroom, or you might be told to hit the woodline. There really isn't a policy specific to bathroom use. There's times you need to hold it (or have the good judgment to go beforehand), and times you're more or less given free reign to put Operation Golden Flow into action as you see fit to. (MORE)
Countries have armies to protect their national interests. However, some countries in the past, have used their army to impose their will on other countries. That is generally considered an inappropriate use of force.
I joined the Army to get the military service time that i needed to join the Coast Guard. If you're looking for a military career, you should look at a different branch of service.
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 while indoors." When conducting PT (in garrison) you are always in some kind of formation, be it a standard formation, extend…ed rectangular formation, or circle formation. (MORE)
It's not authorised to do such on any post, unless it's the proscribed uniform for military activities being conducted off-post. However, there is a little leeway in this. For example, if you live off-post, but you stop to get gas on the way, you need not be concerned.
Helium is the second element on the periodic table and its chemical symbol is He.
It's a Personal Track Safety Card for the railway industry. The card lists many duties undertaken within the rail environment following training and site assessment. Hope this helps :)
A current transformer pushes a ratio of primary current in the secondary. A potential transformer pushes a ratio of primary voltage in the secondary. Shorting a CT allows the full current the CT wants to push to flow. Shorting a PT makes it very difficult for the PT to produce rated voltage. To keep… the voltage at rated value, the PT would have to push ~infinite secondary current. (MORE)
The abbreviation, 'PT', stands for 'potential transformer' (in Britain, the abbreviation is 'VT', and stands for 'voltage transformer'). This, together with a 'current transformer', falls into a category of transformer known as 'instrument transformers'. A 'PT' or 'VT' is used to reduce a high volt…age to a level of voltage that can be safely read, remotely, by regular a.c. voltmeters or to provide inputs to high-voltage protection relays, while electrically- isolating the secondary circuit from the high-voltage primary circuit for the purpose of safety. (MORE)
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). However, there used to be five events, thus the ability to score 5 x 100 = 500.