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Army Physical Fitness Training Unit NCOIC: Interview with 1SG Luzzi, 106th Army Band

Today’s interview is with 1SG Tony Luzzi of the 106th Army Band. He is going to share his experience while serving as the Army Physical Fitness Training Unit NCOIC. I hope you enjoy the interview.  What job did you have and who did you serve with and when? Through my years in the 106th Army …

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The Army Qualitative Retention Board (QRB): What You Should Know

So, you just received a memorandum that you meet the criteria for review by the Army Qualitative Retention Board. We feel your anxiety and stress. The first thing I must say is congratulations, you have served at least 20 years for your country. Be proud, and do not allow the stress of a QRB dictate …

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What to Do If You Fail Your Height Weight Test in the Army

Today, I want to give you some advice on what to do if you fail your Height Weight test in the Army.  With the obesity epidemic spreading throughout our society, and even into the Army ranks, obesity has become a significant problem in the Army, especially in the Army Reserves and Army National Guard. Look …

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My Problem With Running, and How I Overcame It: How I “Got My Goat”

I’ve never been a runner. I’ve been an athlete since I could walk, and I never shied away from working hard at practices, games, or conditioning. However, I’ve never been a runner, and never been good at the things the Army likes its Soldiers to be good at. I sucked at bodyweight movements other than …

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Top 10 Tips to Max Your APFT

The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT), as you know, consists of three main areas, pushups, sit-ups and a two-mile timed run. For an Army Soldier, your physical fitness test score is not only worth points for promotion but is a measure of prestige and honor.  As Officers and NCOs, we must strive to always exceed the standard …

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