The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com

Pfc. Alex Colliver, foreground, pulls a 90-pound sled 50 meters to simulate the strength needed in pulling a battle buddy out of harm's way during a pilot test of the Army Combat Fitness Test, a six-event assessment designed to reduce injuries and replace the current Army Physical Fitness Test. (Photo by Sean Kimmons)
Pfc. Alex Colliver, foreground, pulls a 90-pound sled 50 meters to simulate the strength needed in pulling a battle buddy out of harm's way during a pilot test of the Army Combat Fitness Test, a six-event assessment designed to reduce injuries and replace the current Army Physical Fitness Test. (Photo by Sean Kimmons)

Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com.

 

Army Chief: Pass New Combat Fitness Test or 'Hit the Road'

The secretary of the Army said Monday he has no doubt that soldiers will "rise to the challenge to meet the requirements" of the new Army Combat Fitness Test in October 2020.

By Matthew Cox | Read more

 

About 126,000 Troops May Be at Risk of Separation Under Deploy-or-Out

The number of U.S. military personnel being reviewed under the Pentagon's new deploy-or-out policy is likely to change in coming weeks as each of the services determines who's eligible for retention, the head of the Defense Department's personnel management said Tuesday. The policy, announced by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in February, officially took effect Oct. 1.

By Oriana Pawlyk | Read more

 

Navy Officer Fired, His Integrity in Question After Investigation

An Italy-based Navy commander was fired last week after his leadership and integrity were called into question following an inspector general complaint.

By Gina Harkins | Read more

 

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