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A Critical Review of the Baseline Soldier Physical Readiness Requirements Study

@inproceedings{Novak2021ACR,
  title={A Critical Review of the Baseline Soldier Physical Readiness Requirements Study},
  author={Kyle A. Novak},
  year={2021}
}
Executive Summary. The Army’s Baseline Soldier Physical Readiness Requirements Study (BSPRRS) was a multiyear effort designed to inform evidence-based change in the Army’s physical fitness test of record from a genderand age-specific standard to a genderand age-neutral standard based on recurring, physically demanding tasks encountered by soldiers. The study determined Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills and Common Soldier Tasks (WTBD/CST); developed a set of four vignettes that simulated those… 

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