Recent Posts: Air Force PT Test Standards Hydration Status of Air Force Military Basic Trainees After Implementation of the Back-Mounted Hydration System By Thomas Glare The military spend a small fortune on making sure their staff are fit as a fiddle. This research explores how the United States Air Force Physical Fitness Test (AFPFT) events compare to sister-services’ physical fitness test events with respect to their predictability of combat capability. Multiple regression tools, non-parametric analyses, and chi2 contingency table hypothesis testing were utilized to test hypotheses The culture of US Airforce first started with the pilots followed by Bombers and Fighters. Check your eligibility and score to join the US Air Force Team with this simple US Air Force Physical Fitness Test Calculator. Physical Fitness Test The Physical Fitness Test (PFT) is taken twice a year (fall and spring semesters) to ensure cadets meet Air Force fitness requirements. Cadets who are in the General Military Course (GMC), but not on a scholarship, must attempt the test but do not have to pass. In order to complete Basic Training, you will need to score at least 50 points in each event. If you cannot get at least 50 points in each event, you will still be allowed to continue basic training, so do not worry. By the end of Basic Training, you WILL be able to complete the APFT (Army Physical Fitness Test). This was designed for large scale APFT competitions and large assemblies. The only input required is on the Input Data tab below. On that sheet, the only area that you can input data is the white columns. After the competition, you can copy the page information to the RESULTS or OLDTEST sheets to sort.