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Need help with improving your APFT or ASVAB score? We’ve got you covered. We also devote a big part of our site to the family of soldiers in basic training such as Basic Training Graduations.
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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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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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