The Air Force Fitness Program goal is to motivate Airmen to participate in a year-round physical conditioning program that emphasizes total fitness, to include proper aerobic conditioning, strength and flexibility training, and healthy eating. Health benefits from an active lifestyle will increase productivity, optimize health, and decrease absenteeism while maintaining a higher level of readiness. 


  • Combative training packs a punch for Air Force security

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Destani Thomas, 633d Force Support Squadron fitness and sports journeyman, left, spars with U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Amy Sherwood, 633d Force Support Squadron fitness and sports supervisor, right, during a combatives class at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, June

  • Osan's finest: Norwegian Foot March champions awarded

    The Osan Air Base Chapel awarded 92 service members the Norwegian Foot March Foreign Military Badge at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, June 21, 2024. The Norwegian Foot March or Marsjmerket, is a military endurance challenge where participants march or run 30 kilometers while carrying a rucksack

  • 422nd CS and 422nd SFS team up for a Tiger Challenge

    Members of the 422nd Communications Squadron and 422nd Security Forces Squadron teamed up for a Tiger Challenge “Commbine” competition at RAF Croughton, England, June 21, 2024. The Tiger Challenge tests Airmen on technical communication skills, physical challenges, and general Air Force knowledge.

  • Goodfellow’s Operational Support Team

    The Goodfellow Operational Support Team is a group of medical providers embedded in squadrons on a rotation. Their mission is to enhance all squadron members' physical and mental health, equipped with the necessary skills and equipment to handle a wide range of health issues, from physical injuries

  • Pathfinders complete Norwegian Foot March

    Members of the 501st Combat Support Wing participated in a Norwegian Foot March at RAF Fairford, England, June 1, 2024. Originating in 1915 as an endurance test for Norwegian armed forces, the 18.6-mile march gives participants the opportunity to test their cardiovascular endurance and build esprit

  • Grueling Norwegian Foot March draws 200 challengers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Over 200 military members and civilians gathered before sunrise April 6 to participate in the Norwegian Foot March at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, hosted by the 88th Security Forces Squadron.The Norwegian Foot March is a challenging 18.6-mile ruck march,

  • Fight to stay fit

    Physical fitness is one of the four pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness, alongside mental, social and spiritual health. These pillars are core to helping Airmen build resilience, fostering a ready and capable Air Force. Physical fitness is one of the most measurable aspects of these pillars.


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