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Reference Number Action Activity Code (RN AAC_2900) Disk, Battle Creek, MI 49037-3084 NOTE: This code is to be allocated to reference numbers still requiring checks on procurement authority.
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Hexagon trap bar with no D handles x Bumper plates: 10lb, 15lb, 25lb, 35lb, 45lb (550lbs) Spring collars (pair) Nylon pulling sled with upper body straps x 1 10lb Rubber medicine ball x 1 40lb Kettle bells x 2 30 meter measuring tape (w/ metric) x 1 Portable squat stand w/ pull up bar 16 hexagon trap bars with weight of 60 pounds each, with set of locking collars for each bar, 3000 pounds of bumper plates, 16 pieces of 10 pound medicine balls, 16 pieces of nylon sleds with pull straps, 32 pieces of 40 pound kettle bells, 16 permanent or mobile pull-up bars or climbing pods.
These bars are placed about 7.5 feet above ground with steps for shorter soldiers, The 2-mile running course should be flat in general, with a solid surface that is not greater than 3 percent uphill grade and with no overall decline. That is important for the soldiers to be able to move quickly from the leg tuck station to the 2-mile run start in less than 5 minutes 8 wooden or PVC marking sticks, 70 marking cones, 20 stopwatches, 20 clip boards, 70 half round markers and, 18 pieces of 50 meter tape measures.
The 16 lane Act sight will have the following test equipment: 16 hexagon trap bars with weight of 60 pounds each, with set of locking collars for each bar, 3000 pounds of bumper plates, 16 pieces of 10 pound medicine balls, 16 pieces of nylon sleds with pull straps, 32 pieces of 40 pound kettle bells, 16 permanent or mobile pull-up bars or climbing pods.
YouTube Video: 2 Field and Equipment Setup by Army Combat Fitness Test: The area surface should be 40 by 40 meters on grass or artificial turf.
Other than that, any article of clothing that is not prescribed as a component in this uniform is not authorized for wearing during the Act. As for equipment of the candidates, devices such as weight-lifting belts, gloves or wraps are not permitted because they can lead to unfair advantage during the testing.
The wearing of nasal strips, back braces, elastic bandages, compression socks and braces is forbidden, unless they are prescribed as part of a soldier’s medical profile. Speaking of equipment that is allowed during testing, time measuring devices or biometric measuring devices such as watches, heart rate monitors, step counters and fitness trackers are authorized during the Act.
However, these devices cannot be used as relevant for official measurement of the time for the 2-mile run and sprint-drag-carry events Other than this, wearing of other electronic devices such as music players, radios and cell phones is forbidden.