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ACFT Calculator and Resources

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ACFT Calculator and Resources

ACFT calculator, ACFT reverse calculator, ACFT instructions, helpful documentation and more!

- Calculator: Enter your weight, reps, and time and find out what your ACFT score is! Save, share, or export the results to PDF.
- Reverse Calculator: Enter the ACFT score you want and find out exactly what you need to do to get it. It doesn't matter if you are striving for the bare minimum or going for some incentives and looking at all 100s - this is the app for you!
- Instructions: Read/listen to the ACFT Instructions
- Resources: View the latest official ACFT documents and online resources
- Height and Weight Calculator
- Body Weight Calculator with DA5500 and DA5501 exporter
- Stopwatch: Keep track of your event times

Made for your device - supports iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS!

Our nation’s greatest assets – our Soldiers – face a dynamic, competitive, and lethal operational environment (OE) that has evolved in recent years, one in which our adversaries will employ a mix of traditional, unconventional, and hybrid strategies. Our Army’s physical readiness program must evolve to keep pace with the demands of modern war – our physical fitness test must evolve as well.

Based on results of years of scientific study, the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Army have directed replacement of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). While the legacy APFT is an acceptable test for measuring general fitness, it does not adequately assess the domains of combat physical fitness. The six-event Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) was developed to better predict a Soldier’s readiness for the demands of the modern battlefield. The Army Combat Fitness Test is the assessment for the physical domain of the Army's Holistic Health and Fitness System. As a general physical fitness test, an age and gender performance-normed scoring scale will be used to evaluate a Soldier’s physical fitness. The desired end-states of ACFT implementation are an increase in physical readiness, a decrease in chronic injuries, and an evolution in the Army’s fitness culture.

The Army Combat Fitness Test will better connect fitness with combat readiness for all Soldiers.
- Improve Soldier and unit readiness
- Transform the Army’s fitness culture
- Reduce preventable injuries and attrition
- Enhance mental toughness and stamina

Created by soldiers for soldiers. Source code is available upon request. Please contact us with questions, concerns, or if documents are out-of-date.
Zac Gorak