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NEWS | Sept. 30, 2021

H2F: Resources at Your Fingertips

H2F training
Photo by Sgt. Owen Thez
If the new Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) guidelines seem like a lot of heavy lifting, you should know there’s a one-stop shop for H2F info. Check out a milSuite group that’s gathered up plenty of handy resources, including H2F-related publications and regulations. Grab your CAC and visit and follow the H2F milSuite group:
Also swing by the PS Magazine group where we’ve posted HQDA EXORD 144-21. That’s the latest guidance for the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) and Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT). Check it out:
Look under the “Army Policy and Doctrine” category to see the latest HQDA EXORD on the APFT/ACFT.
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