This paper looks at fitness evaluation methodologies that civilian, military, and law enforcement organizations use to assess the physical capabilities of individuals that perform physically demanding tasks in a variety of environments. It analyzes the similarities and differences between the various organizationsí methodologies while considering the requirements these various organizations have in performing the physical activities being evaluated. The paper also looks at changes occurring to some of the organizations' methodologies and why those changes are occurring. The paper then assesses the current Combat Rescue Officer and Pararescue fitness evaluation methodology using insight gained from the analysis of the other methodologies and provides recommendations for changes and improvements.
PJCROFitness_SLOJO.pdf (59 downloads)Description: A Research Report Submitted to the Faculty In Partial Fulfillment of the Graduation Requirements.
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