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NEWS | April 21, 2023

H2F: GTA Posters Highlight Five Readiness Areas

BLUF: Five (5) H2F posters are available that cover the Soldier Readiness System.

H2F logo

A new graphic training aid (GTA) is available to help units implement the Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) Soldier Readiness System (SRS). The GTA is a single PDF that includes five (5) posters covering each of the SRS readiness areas: mental, physical, nutritional, spiritual and sleep.

H2F poster on physical readiness
Example poster covering physical readiness

GTA 07-08-006-1-5 is available at the Central Army Registry (CAR) HERE.

Sign in with your CAC, type “GTA 07-08-006-1-5” in the CAR search box. Or choose “Product Type” in the left-hand column. Scroll down to “GTA-Graphic Training Aid” and find it in the list. You can download a zip file of the posters by clicking on the highlighted title in the “Download Package.”
Central Army Registry Search Bar
Type GTA No. in search box on the CAR homepage

Local Training Service Centers (TSCs) will have pre-printed posters available for order soon. Until then, they can be used electronically or printed at a local printer (many Morale, Welfare and Recreation offices have a printing service) as 24in x36in posters. Units will be responsible for any associated costs. As an alternative, units can scale them down to print on their local printers.
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