ACFT (Army Combat Fitness Test) Calculator

Looking to assess if you meet the standards required of the Army Combat Fitness Test? You can use this ACFT calculator to evaluate how your score on the ACFT compares to the standards required to pass the test.

How to use the calculator: Input your scores for the six ACFT events into this calculator, and it will automatically determine how your performance measures up against the test requirements.

ACFT Calculator
Maximum Deadlift (MDL)
lbs
0 points
Standing Power Throw (SPT)
m
0 points
Hand Release Push-Up (HRP)
reps
0 points
Sprint Drag Carry (SDC)
m
s
0 points
Leg Tuck (LTK)
reps
0 points
Plank (PLK)
m
s
0 points
2-Mile Run (2MR)
m
s
0 points
Results
Overall ACFT Score
 Points (%)
Physical Demand Category

Reference

It took decades of research and testing to redesign the old Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) before it was formally released in 2019. By October 2020, the ACFT will have been fully implemented and will fully replace the APFT.

The main objective of the ACFT redesign was to overcome the primary shortfall of the APFT by ensuring it assesses soldiers against the rigors they will experience out in the field.

The ACFT represents a new definition of military fitness. It is very different from the APFT, which was basically nothing more than a two-minute sit-up and push-up test, and a two-mile run.

The new test includes the following events:

  1. Three-Repetition Maximum Deadlift (MDL)
  2. Standing Power Throw (SPT)
  3. Hand-Release Push-Up (HRP)
  4. Sprint-Drag-Carry (SDC)
  5. Leg Tuck (LTK)
  6. Two-Mile Run (2MR).

Note: The Plank (PLK) is currently an alternate event for individuals unable to complete the leg tuck event.

More References

Army Combat Fitness Test Events

ACFT 3.0 Scoring Standards

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