[Answer] HOW OFTEN SHOULD A SOLDIER BE WEIGHTED?

Answer: EVERY SIX MONTHS OR AFTER EVERY APFT
HOW OFTEN SHOULD A SOLDIER BE WEIGHTED?

Weight is determined by the Arm a soldier is in so a clerk in an Infantry unit should carry 15 kg for their AFT. The Annual Fitness Test together with the Personal Fitness Assessment (mile and a half run press ups and sit ups) [1] are formalized in the British Army’s Military Training Test as MATT 2.

The soldier’s overall score was the sum of the points from the three events. If a soldier passed all three events the total could have range from 180 to 300. Active component and Active Guard Reserve (AGR) component Soldiers were required to take a “record” (meaning for official records) APFT at least twice each calendar year.

Annual Fitness Test – Wikipedia

Annual Fitness Test – Wikipedia

Loaded march – Wikipedia

Annual Fitness Test – Wikipedia

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