Soldier's Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) PASS, IAW Army Regulation 350-1
Termination of the Suspension of Favorable Actions Flag (J) APFT Failure code per AR 600-8-2
On 14 November 2019 you were administered a record APFT. You achieved the following scores:
Push-ups (reps/score): 60/85 Sit-ups (reps/score): 81/100 2-mile run (time/score): 15:50 / 60
You achieved a pass in all events and as a result of your positive performance the following actions will be taken:
- The commander will suspend the Suspension of Favorable Actions Flag (J) APFT Failure code per AR 600-8-2 from your record . This means that you are now able to receive Tuition Assistance, attend Service Schools, receive Awards or Promotions and all other favorable actions that were suspended.
- You are no longer enrolled in the special conditioning PT Program beginning immediately.
PFC XXXXX, even though you passed all PT requirements, I highly recommend you continue to improve yourself. I understand PT is a personal accomplishment however I'm here to help you with any goal that you want to accomplish. I understand your physical limitation, but that shouldn't be a reason to stop trying to reach or exceed standards.
This counseling statement has been furnished to you, not as a punitive measure under the provisions of article 15, UCMJ, but as an administrative measure to stress that continued behavior of the same or a similar nature may result in initiation of action separating you from the U.S. Army for (Involuntary Separation Due To Parenthood) (Personality Disorder) (Entry Level Performance and Conduct) (Unsatisfactory Performance) (Misconduct or Minor Disciplinary Infractions) under the provisions of Chapter (5) (8) (11) (13) (14) , AR 635-200. Such action may result in the issuance of an Honorable Discharge, General Discharge, or an Other Than Honorable (OTH) Discharge. If you receive a General or an OTH Discharge, this could result in the possible loss of some or all Veterans Benefits and substantial prejudice in obtaining civilian employment. In addition, if you have contributed money to the Montgomery G.I. Bill and you are released from active duty with a less than Honorable Discharge, you will not be eligible to receive money for educational purposes and any money already contributed for educational purposes is nonrefundable and may be forfeited.
Keep working/improving on your physical fitness.