The Army Fitness Calculator brings the APFT, extended scale, alternate run event, and body fat calculators for all age groups and both genders into one easy to use program. A working and free online version is available to the left.
The APFT & Extended Scale Calculator takes the raw scores from the three APFT events and calculates each event score, total score, and extended scale score. The calculator shows the minimum and maximum repetition/time for each APFT event and displays if it was a GO or NO GO.
To pass the APFT, you must receive at least a 60 in each event. To qualify for the extended scale you must receive at least a 100 in each event.
Other events, such as the 2.5 mile walk, 6.2 mile bike, and 800 yard swim, are also included for alternate run event scoring. These events are considered GO / NO GO and not awarded any points. However, an averaged unofficial score is provided to assess and compare performance.
Visual Tactics is an executable file that provides step-by-step instructions and visuals for Squad and Platoon tactics.
Land Navigation is another visual tool that gives a classroom type Land Navigation tutorial.
Squad Missions is another visual tool.
Army Publications If you are looking for more manuals this link contains all current manuals for the U.S. Army
Veterans Benefits Information This guide is comprehensive, but easy to use, covering everything from earning college credit through military service, to the various ways veterans and active military can pay for school.
AR 670-1 Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia (March 2005 RAR 001 May 2012)
TC 3-21.5 Drill and Ceremonies (January 2012)
FM 3-21.8 The Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad (March 2007)
ADP 5-0 The Operations Process (May 2012)
FM 6-22 Army Leadership: Competent, Confident and Agile (October 2006)
FM 7-22 Army Physical Readiness Training (March 2012)
Cadences A long list of cadences compiled by one of our Cadets prior to LDAC