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1

Operating guide: 3 sections?

Physical Readiness "How To" Guide

FEP Guide

Nutrition Resource Guide

2

Minimum standards shall be met for what purpose?

Continued Naval service

3

Who is responsible for a year round physical readiness program?

CO

4

Purpose of program is to maintain health and....

Decrease chronic disease

5

Minimum participation requirements for physical activity?

2hr & 30min (150 min) per week

6

Strength training for all major muscle groups should be performed how frequently?

At least twice per week

7

PFA includes?

Medical screen
BCA
PRT
PHA
PARFQ NAVPERS 6110/3

8

When are members with a medical waiver referred to an MTF for a medical evaluation board (MEB)?

2 consecutive or 3 in a four year period

9

MEB findings are forwarded where for disposition?

NAVPERSCOM, Career Progression Department (PERS-8)

10

Who develops physical readiness policy, manages PRIMS, provides train-the-trainer, ADSEP?

(N1) Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (DCNO (MPTE))

11

Who provides fitness training at each installation (MWR) and schedule and execute CFL certification courses based on regional requirements?

CNIC

12

Who establishes guidelines for waiver recommendation process and oversight for ShipShape Weight Management Program?

BUMED

13

Develops CFL NKO course, helps develop CFL course curriculum, conducts PFA for schools >10 weeks, PRIMS for recruits, ensure compliance with nutrition programs, established fitness programs at all schools?

Commander, Naval Education and Training Command

14

Analyze data on PR program injuries and deaths?

Commander, Naval Safety Center

15

Ensures PFA results are incorporated into promotion/advancement/reenlist

PFA incorporated in detailing decisions

manage ADSEP processing for 3 or more PFA failures

Evaluate PFA MEB findings for diisposition

COMNAVPERSCOM

16

Echelon 3 commanders shall:

Evaluate command requests for waivers with ECM (BUPERS-31/32)

Appoint PRCO (physical readiness control officer) to liaison with OPNAV (N135F)

Ensure PFA compliance from PRCO at least semi-annually

17

Ensures command compliance with PRP policies

Evaluate and fwd waiver recommendations

ISICs

18

1 ACFL per ____ command members

25

19

Ensures management of effective FEP

PFA entered within 30 days

Waiver entered within 14 days of PFA cycle

ADSEP process within 14 days (unless waived by echelon 3 commander)

CO

20

CFL certification course should be completed within how many months?

3

21

CFL advises COC how often

at least quarterly

22

Official PFA clearance waiver?

NAVMED 6110/4 (SF 600s not authorized)

23

YES PARFQ maintained for

1 year

24

PRIMS

Physical Readiness Information System

25

Medical waivers are valid for how long?

One PFA cycle only

26

T/F Non-Navy Military facility may recommend PFA medical waiver

T

27

LIMDU code

ACC 105

28

Civilian provider waivers must be ______ by MTF prior to being routed to CO

Endorsed

29

BCA waivers (NAVMED 6110/4) require how many signatures?

2

30

PFA cycles end on what dates?

30 JUN
31 DEC