Navy Standards

i have to do my weigh in for my bi-annual physical fitness test. for the record, i’m 64″ and weigh 130-132lbs. per the navy-

Male

Maximum Allowable Weight Chart

Height (inches) Maximum Allowable Weight

57 127
58 131
59 136
60 141
61 145
62 150
63 155
64 160
65 165
66 170
67 175
68 181
69 186
70 191
71 196
72 201
73 206
74 211
75 216
76 221
77 226
78 231
79 236
80 241

Female
Maximum Allowable Weight Chart

Height (inches) Maximum Allowable Weight
51 102
52 106
53 110
54 114
55 118
56 123
57 127
58 131
59 136
60 141
61 145
62 149
63 152
64 156
65 160
66 163
67 167
68 170
69 174
70 177
71 181
72 185
73 189
74 194
75 200
76 205
77 211
78 216
79 222
80 227
81 233
82 239
83 245
84 251
85 257
86 263

MALES: AGE 20 TO 24 YEARS

PERFORMANCE POINTS CURL PUSH 1.5-MILE SWIM
CATEGORY UPS UPS RUN 500-YD 450-M

“Maximum” 100 105 87 8:30 6:30 6:20
Outstanding 90 98 81 9:15 7:30 7:20
Excellent 75 87 71 10:30 8:45 8:35
Good 60 58 47 12:00 11:30 11:20
Satisfactory 45 46 37 13:30 13:00 12:50
Failure <45 <46 13:30 >13:00 >12:50

FEMALES: AGE 20 to 24 YEARS

PERFORMANCE POINTS CURL PUSH 1.5-MILE SWIM
CATEGORY UPS UPS RUN 500-YD 450-M

Maximum 100 105 48 9:47 7:15 7:05
Outstanding 90 98 44 11:30 8:45 8:35
Excellent 75 87 39 13:15 10:00 9:50
Good 60 58 21 14:15 13:15 13:05
Satisfactory 45 46 16 15:30 14:30 14:20
Failure <45 <46 15:30 >14:30 >14:20

so basically, i could weight up to 160lbs (and i’d be a fat fuck if i ever got that high) and a girl of the same height could weigh up to 156. also not the difference in sit ups (curl ups), push ups, and run time. yet we’re indoctrinated that women are just as physically capable as men.

ok.

stay up.


16 Comments on “Navy Standards”

  1. earl says:

    Just like the standards for firefighters.

    Personally…I wouldn’t want a woman firefighter ever. If there is a profession that needs strength and split second decision making…it’s that one.

  2. darlingdoll says:

    The discrepancy between the male and female numbers was the first thing I noticed. Typically women cannot perform at the same level as a man, which is fine. However, it becomes a problem when women start demanding to be seen and treated the same as their male counterparts. You can’t demand equal treatment if you can’t or don’t perform to the same standards. @Earl- I could not agree more!

  3. ARoss says:

    Thanks for your service Dan!

  4. Ton says:

    The push for girls in combat is a key reason I’m glad to be done. Not only will it ruin the job, it will exponentially increase the risks. The risks are high enough when your job is to shoot men before they shoot you, without even more silly Marxist shit

    My son should be done by the time it comes around, but I’d urge him to go AWOL before serving with women.

  5. boss says:

    hey danny, just thought id put this here since i figure you might be able to help this kid out, now i dont know him just came across it from reddit, could be a troll or someone that really just needs to talk to someone who understands, http://www.reddit.com/r/depression/comments/1ccul1/i_am_a_lonely_24_year_old_medically_retired/

  6. K-stan says:

    I have my PT test in a couple days…yay…22-26 y/o Push Ups Minimum are 40 (too easy) 75 for 100…sit ups 53 min 78 for 100 and 2 mile run 16:36 min 13:00 for 100 (Im in the 12’s for my run lol) For females same age group P/U-17 min 46 for 100 S/U- 50 min 80 for 100 (not sure where they get their numbers) and 2 mile-18:54 min and 15:36 for 100……….LOLzzzzzz


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