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PHYSICAL READINESS POLICY OPNAVINST 6110.1H. 2 PARTS MAKE UP A PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT (PFA) BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENT HEIGHT AND WEIGHT TAPING (STANDARD) PHYSICAL READINESS TEST FLEXIBILITY BODY STRENGTH ENDURANCE. RESULTS, NOT EXCUSES!. NO FAILURE, NO PROBLEM! 1 ST FAILURE

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Physical readiness policy opnavinst 6110 1h

  • PHYSICAL READINESS POLICY OPNAVINST 6110.1H


Physical readiness policy opnavinst 6110 1h

  • 2 PARTS MAKE UP A PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT (PFA)

    • BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENT

      • HEIGHT AND WEIGHT

      • TAPING (STANDARD)

    • PHYSICAL READINESS TEST

      • FLEXIBILITY

      • BODY STRENGTH

      • ENDURANCE


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RESULTS, NOT EXCUSES!

  • NO FAILURE, NO PROBLEM!

  • 1ST FAILURE

    • PAGE 13(ENLISTED) LOI (OFFICERS)

    • ENROLLMENT IN FITNESS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (FEP)

    • NO PROMOTION OR FROCKING UNTIL PASSES A MOCK PRT

  • 2ND FAILURE

    • PAGE 13(ENLISTED) LOI (OFFICERS) WARNING OF SEPARATION

    • CONTINUE FITNESS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (FEP)

    • NO PROMOTION OR FROCKING UNTIL PASSES A MOCK PRT

  • 3RD FAILURE

    • COMMANDING OFFICER MAY START ADSEP PROCEDURES.

    • NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REENLISTMENT

    • NOT ELIGIBLE FOR ADVANCEMENT


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • FEP IS NOT A PUNISHMENT! IT IS A TOOL TO HELP A SAILOR ESTABLISH A HEALTHY LIFE STYLE

    • TO ENROLL IN FEP

      • DO POORLY ON A PFA OR FAIL!

      • COMMAND DIRECTED

      • SELF REFERRED

    • MISSING A PFA OR FEP IS NOT A FAILURE OF THE TEST OR THE TRAINING SESSION, IT IS DISOBEYING A LAWFUL ORDER OR UNAUTHORIZED ABSENCE AND IS/SHOULD BE TREATED AS SUCH!


Physical readiness program

PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Fitness Enhancement Program (FEP)

  • Commands will enter a written covenant with sailors enrolled in FEP to ensure success. A log shall be maintained on each member’s progress and will, at a minimum, include the number of PT sessions they actively participated in, monthly PFA results, and any special schools/training attended (e.g. ShipShape). FEP shall be conducted three to five times a week for at least one hour during the workday.

  • Commands may require direct observation of unit activities a minimum of three times weekly to ensure members use duty time in a manner consistent with this requirement. Direct observation is the best insurance of meeting this requirement.

  • Monthly PFAs for FEP members are mandatory (including weekly weigh-in for members in FEP due to BCA issues).

  • COs may use their discretion to enroll in FEP those members with a Satisfactory Overall score and/or at their age-adjusted BCA standard (under age 40 – 22% males, 33% females; over 40 – 23% males, 34% females). Exception – those members who scored Outstanding/Excellent on the PFA with no sub scores below Good.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Processing for Administrative Separation (ADSEP)

  • For members who do not achieve prescribed physical readiness standards by failing to pass three PFA cycles in most recent 4-year period, ADSEP processing became mandatory July 2006.

    • COs may request ISIC waive ADSEP processing for special cases.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Administrative actions for PFA failures include:

    • Withholding of frocking and removal of promotion or advancement if not within standards, can regain eligibility if they pass monthly mock PFA.

    • Removal of recommendation for advancement or retention after the 3RD PFA failure in a 4-year period

    • Eval/Fitrep mark of 1.0 in military bearing with an overall “SP” if 3rd failure acquired during reporting period.

  • Conduct three sequential measurements for BCA per DODINST 1308.3.

  • Maximum BCA OF 26% (M) OR 36% (F) if score is EXCELLENT or OUTSTANDING and member presents professional appearance.

  • “Bad Day” rule allow for retest of PFA (both BCA and PRT) during scheduled cycle

  • Increase Length of Time for Physical Conditioning to 60 minutes to allow for proper warm-up and cool-down; consisting of at least 30-45 minutes of continuous aerobic activity.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Enlisted members with over 6 years of service are entitled to ADSEP Board.

  • Officers with over 5 yrs of non-probationary commissioned service are entitled to Board of Inquiry (BOI).

    • If Board recommends retention, the officer must be retained on active duty as a Board recommendation to retain cannot be overturned. On average, the Board of Inquiry process takes approximately 6-9 months to complete following notification to PERS-4834 of affected officers.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Detailing

  • Those personnel "not recommended for retention" cannot meet obliserve requirements for transfer until they pass 3 PFAs in a 4-year period.

  • Retirement/Title 10

  • In cases where denial of reenlistment is solely based on PFA failures, CNP has delegated authority to NPC to grant conditional reenlistment for member over 18 yrs but under 20 years to remain on active duty until their Fleet Reserve eligibility dates.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Establish program foundation – organization/manning, budget, and training - to meet basic DOD and Fleet requirements.

  • Increase utilization of the Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS) to ensure compliance and reporting of data through command support, internet availability, and programming updates.

  • Educate the Navy in the benefits of adopting a healthy lifestyle through proper nutrition, physical exercise programs, and the proper conduct of an effective Fitness Enhancement Program and Physical Fitness Assessment to ensure the safety and quality of life for our Sailors.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • PRIMS has gained much visibility with pending program changes and future plans and recommendations. Need for accurate records has been identified to make application of potential admin actions more equitable in anticipation of future personnel policy initiatives that tie to career progression.

  • Revise PRIMS to better support and monitor fleet readiness, PRT compliance, and personnel career development, while providing Commanders with advance monitoring capabilities for personnel.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • Revise OPNAVINST 6110.1H to update the Physical Readiness Program

    • Aid in the establishment of a Culture of Fitness

    • Incorporate the latest fitness guidelines

    • Revise testing and equipment requirements

    • Incorporate PFA lesson’s learned and Fleet feedback

  • Nutrition and Weight Management Course via NKO E-Learning is in development.

  • Update Navy Nutrition and Weight Management Self-Study Guide in an effort to better support and educate our personnel in the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.

  • Enhance communications with the Fleet concerning the Physical Readiness Program.


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PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM

  • For reporting period in which members fail third or more PFA in most recent 4-year period, enlisted members shall receive:

    - A grade no greater than 1.0 in” Military bearing”

    - Marks of “Significant Problems” and “retention not recommended”, respectively.

  • OFFICERS SHALL RECEIVE:

    - A grade no greater than 1.0 in “Military Bearing”.

    - Mark for promotability shall be “Significant Problems”

  • Reporting seniors will use discretion when determining “Military Bearing” and retention recommendation marks for a reporting period in which members pass all PFAs. Overall score of ‘Outstanding” or “Excellent” are not required for assigning 5.0 in “Military Bearing”.


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