A Texas-based soldier is the first to ace the Army's new fitness test, recording the first perfect score on the exercise program that will soon be rolled out servicewide. Maj. Timothy Cox, who serves with the 22nd Chemical Battalion at Fort Bliss, scored a 600 on the Army Combat Fitness Test. The ACFT will replace the Army Physical Fitness Test. It's been in the works for several years, with select units testing exercises intended to better measure for the kind of fitness required in combat. Read more on Military.com.
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