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#6 - 3 best pieces of advice I can give you are this 1. Try to …  [+] (4 replies) 10/09/2016 on Anger Gauge +7
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#31 - andyslayer (10/10/2016) [-]
Did you have a 1st class PFT your whole career? Does that actually have anything to do with promotion on the enlisted side?
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#52 - IDontComputer (10/10/2016) [-]
Yes, your PFT score does get calculated into your cutting score when you're up for promotion. If I remember correctly your PFT score, time in grade / service, and any MCIs you've done are added into your cutting score. Rifle range score may be in there too but I don't recall. The higher your cutting score the higher you are on the list to get promoted.
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#60 - andyslayer (10/10/2016) [-]
What about for Officers? Does PFT have anything to do with promotions? I've been running a 275-290 pft for a few years but many of my peers at OCS ran like fuckin 300+ pfts if the PFT was scaled up some of them would have had like 350 PFTs. Also the standards are changing so I think that might be a good thing for slower runners like myself.
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#62 - IDontComputer (10/10/2016) [-]
No idea how officer promotions work.