Comparison of Physical Fitness, Graduation, and Injuries between 14-week and 22-week Infantry One Station Unit Training Cycles: 13 July 2018 to 7 December 2018
Technical Report,13 Jul 2018,07 Dec 2018
Army Public Health Center Aberdeen Proving Ground United States
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This report summarizes findings from the program evaluation conducted by the Injury Prevention Division IPD, U.S. Army Public Health CenterAPHC of the Infantry INF One Station Unit Training OSUT extension from 14 weeks to 22 weeks at the Maneuver Center of Excellence MCoE, Fort Benning, GA. Findings are presented for three primary outcomes 1 changes in physical fitness, 2 graduation and attrition, and 3injuries for which trainees sought medical care. These outcomes were compared between INF OSUT trainees in two 14-week training cycles i.e., control cycles and trainees in two 22-week training cycles i.e., pilot cycles that trained during the same timeframe and graduated on 7 December2018.
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