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It’s not easy! Be prepared for the physical demands of basic training and improve your APFT score.

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Prepare for the ASVAB

The ASVAB is a test you will be required to take prior to joining the Army. You will be unable to join if you do not score well enough.

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For Families

Do you have a family member or friend that is in basic training? Learn how you can communicate, visit, and offer the most support for your soldier.

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Future Soldiers

Thinking about going to basic training? Already signed up? Our site will get you prepared, mentally and physically, for the best decision of your life.

Recent Articles from the Army Basic Training Blog

A sample ASVAB test to help you get a higher score

Since it’s introduction in 1968, more than 40 million individuals like yourself have taken the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). This timed, multiple choice test is given to those who wish to enlist in the military by the United States Military...

Five ways to improve your APFT run time

As you pack your bags and prepare to embark on the exciting adventure of basic training, you are probably wondering about the basic training Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT), which you will be required to pass before graduating from boot camp. We have previously...

Things you should know when joining the Army

Are you preparing to head off to Basic Training? If so, you are probably wondering what to expect, and how to put your best foot forward during this new and exciting phase of your adult life! Having some background knowledge of Army practices and traditions is a great...