Posted on Jul 15, 2019
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So I just found out today that I have a pt test in two days. I am on a permanent profile to do the walk. My NCO also told me that since I’m taking a pt test, they have will be doing another height and weight on me even tho I did one 2 months ago and passed despite not taking a pt test as I was on a temp profile then. I was on the ABCP program in October of last year. My question is, can they do another ht/wt on me if I just did one? And if I fail (I’m overweigh and won’t pass tape) can they separate me??
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Yes and yes
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SFC Brian Johnston - Thanks. I brainfarted on the adding of the regs to back up my answer
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Thank you for your advice!!! I actually ended up having an upper respiratory infection and was unable to do the pt test so I have another month to get my weight under control.
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CSM Darieus ZaGara
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You are required to meet Army standards at all times. Yes they can weigh you and yes they can take action should you Fail. Thank you for your service.
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Thank you for your advice!!! I actually ended up having an upper respiratory infection and was unable to do the pt test so I have another month to get my weight under control.
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Do it in a healthy manner. SPC (Join to see)
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AR 600-9 is a good reference
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Thank you for your advice!!! I actually ended up having an upper respiratory infection and was unable to do the pt test so I have another month to get my weight under control.
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