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MCO 6100.13 C461TPS

1 Aug 08

MARINE CORPS ORDER 6100.13 W/CH 1

From: Commandant of the Marine Corps

To: Distribution List

Subj: MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM

Ref: (a) DODINST 1308.3, “DoD Physical Fitness and Body Fat Program Procedures,” November 5, 2002

(b)MCRP 3-02A

(c)MCO 3500.27B

(d)MCO 5210.11E

(e)MCTFSPRIUM

(f)MCO P1070.12

(g)MCO P1610.7F

(h)MCO P1900.16F

(i)SECNAVINST 1920.6C

(j)MCO P1040.31J

(k)MCO P1400.31C

(l)MCO P1400.32D

(m)MCO 5000.12E

(n)MCO P1326.6D

(o)NavMed P-117

(p)BUMEDINST 6320.66E

Encl: (1) Marine Corps Physical Fitness Program Procedural Guidance

1.Situation. To provide policy and procedural guidance for implementation of the Marine Corps Physical Fitness Program (MCPFP), per the references.

2.Cancellation. MCO P6100.12.

3.Mission. This Order establishes procedures for the effective management of the MCPFP. Commanders will ensure all Marines comply with the requirements and standards contained in this Order. Policy and procedural guidance is contained in enclosure (1).

4.Execution

a. Commander’s Intent and Concept of Operations

(1)Commander’s Intent. Every Marine must be physically fit, regardless of age, grade, or duty assignment, as per reference (a). The MCPFP emphasizes the requirement for all Marines to adopt a healthy lifestyle and a lifelong commitment to fitness. This combination has a direct and positive impact on job performance and combat readiness.

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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(2)Concept of Operations

(a)The Marine Corps shall develop a comprehensive combat conditioning program that promotes health and fitness in order to ensure the combat readiness of all Marines.

(b)Commanders shall conduct periodic physical and combat fitness evaluations in accordance with reference (a) and the instructions contained in the enclosure.

b.Subordinate Element Missions

(1)Deputy Commandant for Manpower & Reserve Affairs (DC M&RA)

(a)Ensure promotion, retention, assignment and reporting policies are consistent with the policies established in this Order.

(b)Provide a system capable to report and record individual Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Combat Fitness Test (CFT) performance data in order to facilitate analysis and modification, as required.

(2)Commanding General, Training & Education Command (TECOM)

(a)Serve as program sponsor and provide subject matter experts in order to ensure the currency and relevance of the MCPFP.

(b)Manage and monitor the MCPFP through development, implementation and interpretation of standards, policies and procedures consistent with the requirements contained in reference (a).

(c)Comply with annual physical fitness reporting requirements contained in reference (a).

(d)No later than 1 October 2008, revise all Programs of Instruction (POI) at leader development courses (TBS, SNCOA, Infantry Unit Leader Course, etc.) in order to institutionalize the actions required by this Order.

(e)No later than 1 October 2008, establish a Combat Conditioning Instructor (CCI) Course, in consonance with this Order.

(3)Director, Safety Division

(a)Provide an annual assessment of PFT/CFT related injuries (Class A-C) to CG, TECOM (461TPS) no later than 28 February for the period 1 January through 31 December in order to analyze and make appropriate adjustments to the MCPFP, as required.

(b)Serve as a repository for PFT and CFT related injuries (Class A-C) via Web Enabled Safety System (WESS).

(4)Inspector General of the Marine Corps (IG)

(a)Review implementation and management of the MCPFP during command inspections.

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(b)Provide an annual assessment of MCPFP IG inspection results to the Commandant of the Marine Corps no later 31 January for the period 1 January through 31 December.

5.Administration and Logistics. Recommendations concerning the contents of this Order may be forwarded to CMC (C461TPS) via the appropriate chain of command.

6.Command and Signal

a.Command. This Order is applicable to the Marine Corps Total Force.

b.Signal. This Order is effective the date signed.

James T. Conway

DISTRIBUTION: PCN 10209350500

Copy to: 7000260 (2) 7000144/8145001 (1)

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CHANGE 1 TO MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM ORDER AND IMPLEMENTATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMBAT FITNESS TEST SCORING SYSTEM Date Signed: 8/10/2009

MARADMIN Active Number: 0476/09 R 101359Z AUG 09 UNCLASSIFIED//

MARADMIN 0476/09

MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC CDI//

SUBJ/CHANGE 1 TO MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM ORDER AND IMPLEMENTATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMBAT FITNESS TEST SCORING SYSTEM// REF/A/MSGID:MCO 6100.13/-/-//

REF/B/MSGID:ALMAR 032/08/-// REF/C/MSGID:MARADMIN 608/08/-//

NARR/REF A IS MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM (MCPFP) ORDER. REF B IS ALMAR THAT ANNOUNCED CHANGES TO THE MCPFP. REF C OUTLINES COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF REF A.// POC/MCGUIRE B./CIV/UNIT:TECOM/NAME: (703) 784-0098 /EMAIL: BRIAN.J.MCGUIRE@USMC.MIL//

GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. REF A INCLUDED MANY CHANGES TO THE MCPFP, PRIMARILY INTRODUCTION OF THE COMBAT FITNESS TEST (CFT). BOTH REF B AND C DIRECTED INITIAL PASS/FAIL GRADING OF THE CFT WITH MIGRATION TO A SCORED SYSTEM BEGINNING 1 JUL 09. THE PURPOSE OF THIS MARADMIN IS TO ANNOUNCE CHANGE 1 TO REF A WHICH IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY. SUMMARY OF CHANGES:

1.A. IMPLEMENTS THE CFT SCORING SYSTEM.

1.B. ESTABLISHES ONE (1) PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST (PFT) AND ONE (1) CFT PER YEAR AS THE FITNESS TESTING REQUIREMENT FOR ALL MARINES.

1.C. ALLOWS FOR USE OF TRAINING AIDS IF DUMMY GRENADES NOT AVAILABLE.

2.APPROVED CFT TABLES, CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM, COMPOSITE SCORE CONVERSION TABLE AND CFT CALCULATOR CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP:SLASHSLASHWWW.TECOM.USMC.MIL/CFT/CFT.HTM

3.MCO 6100.13 W/ CH 1 WILL BE REPUBLISHED AND POSTED ON THE MARINE CORPS ORDERS AND DIRECTIVES WEBSITE.

4.IMPLEMENTATION INSTRUCTIONS.

4.A. ALL MARINES WILL BE REQUIRED TO RUN A CFT FOR SCORE IN THE JUL-DEC 09 SEMI-ANNUAL PERIOD.

4.B. BEGINNING CY10, THE PFT WILL BE CONDUCTED IN THE FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL PERIOD (1 JAN-30 JUN) AND THE CFT WILL BE CONDUCTED IN THE SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL PERIOD (1 JUL-31 DEC).

4.C. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, ANY CFTS REPORTED INTO MCTFS WILL BE FOR RECORD. TO ACCOMMODATE CFT IMPLEMENTATION, THE COMPOSITE SCORE ROUTINE HAS BEEN MODIFIED. 20 AUG 09 IS THE CUT-OFF DATE FOR MCTFS DATA ELEMENTS TO COMPUTE COMPOSITE SCORES. ON THAT DATE, MCTFS WILL QUERY THE RECORDS OF ALL ELIGIBLE CPLS AND LCPLS AND COMPUTE COMPOSITE SCORES. IF A MARINE HAS RUN THE CFT, IT WILL BE COUNTED TOWARDS THEIR COMPOSITE SCORE. IF THEY HAVE NOT RUN THE CFT THEY WILL NOT BE PENALIZED DURING THE COMPUTATION. ON 20 NOV 09, THE NEXT CUT-OFF FOR MCTFS DATA ELEMENTS, THE COMPOSITE SCORE ROUTINE WILL TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE CFT FOR ALL CPLS AND LCPLS AND COMPUTE COMPOSITE SCORES ACCORDINGLY.

5.THIS MARADMIN IS APPLICABLE TO THE MARINE CORPS TOTAL FORCE.

6.RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY RELEASE BY LTGEN GEORGE J. FLYNN, DEPUTY COMMANDANT FOR COMBAT DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION.//

PCN 10209350501

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITED

MCO 6100.13 1 Aug 08

LOCATOR SHEET

Subj: MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM

Location: __________________________________________________________

(Indicate the location(s) of the copy(ies) for this Order.)

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RECORD OF CHANGES

Log completed change action as indicated.

Change Number

Date of

Change

Date

Entered

Signature of Person Incorporated Change

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

IDENTIFICATION

TITLE

PAGE

Chapter 1

COMBAT CONDITIONING PROGRAM

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1.

Objectives

1-1

2.

Responsibilities

1-2

3.

Components

1-3

4.

Reporting

1-4

5.

Administrative Actions

1-6

6.

Medical Considerations

1-6

7.

Exemptions and Waivers

1-11

Figure 1-1

PFT/CFT Performance Worksheet

1-13

Table 1-1

Administrative Summary

1-6

Table 1-2

Risk Factor Worksheet

1-10

Chapter 2

PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST

2-1

1.

Purpose

2-1

2.

Requirement

2-1

3.

Sequence

2-1

4.

Procedures

2-2

5.

Events

2-2

6.

Performance

2-4

7.

Classification

2-5

8.

Score

2-5

9.

Altitude Considerations

2-5

Table 2-1

PFT Minimum Performance Requirements

2-5

Table 2-2

PFT Classification Scores

2-5

Table 2-3

PFT Scoring Table

2-6

Table 2-4

PFT Altitude Compensation Table

2-8

Chapter 3

COMBAT FITNESS TEST

3-1

1.

Purpose

3-1

2.

Requirement

3-1

3.

Sequence

3-1

4.

Procedures

3-2

5.

Events

3-2

6.

Performance

3-8

7.

Classification

3-8

8.

Score

3-8

9.

Altitude Considerations

3-8

Table 3-1

Maneuver Under Fire Layout

3-7

Table 3-2

Maneuver Under Fire Lane Marking

3-8

Table 3-3

CFT Minimum Performance Requirements

3-8

Chapter 4

REMEDIAL CONDITIONING PROGRAM

4-1

1.

Purpose

4-1

2.

Requirement

4-1

3.

Assignment

4-1

4.

Procedures

4-2

 

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Chapter 1

Combat Conditioning Program

1.Objectives

a.As professional warrior-athletes, every Marine must be physically fit, regardless of age, grade, or duty assignment. Fitness is an essential component of Marine Corps combat readiness. Furthermore, physical fitness is an indispensable aspect of leadership. The habits of self-discipline and personal commitment that are required to gain and maintain a high level of physical fitness are inherent to the Marine Corps way of life and must be a part of the character of every Marine. Marines who are not physically fit are a detriment and detract from the combat readiness of their unit.

b.Marines will participate in an organizational and individual Combat Conditioning Program (CCP). The PFT, CFT and Remedial Conditioning Program (RCP) are components of an effective organizational CCP. Recent trends and advancements in sports training and physiology as well as findings from the Center for Disease Control and the American College of Sports Medicine recommend that aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities be conducted more frequently, under higher intensity and of shorter duration. Doing so provides greater health benefits and results in higher levels of overall physical fitness. Reference (b) has adopted these recommendations and provides Commanders/Officers In Charge (OICs) and Marines a wide variety of options to select from in developing effective organizational and individual CCP. Effective CCPs achieve the following:

(1)Contribute to the overall health and wellness of every Marine through regular exercise, proper nutrition, health education and periodic physical and combat fitness evaluations.

(2)Develop Marines who are physically capable of performing their job requirements in garrison, training and combat.

(3)Develop a reserve level of physical fitness and endurance in all Marines in order to enhance their survivability in a combat environment.

(4)Develop individual self-confidence and a competitive spirit through shared physical challenge and adversity, thereby enhancing organizational discipline, morale, esprit de corps, and combat readiness.

(5)Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) offer a wide variety of resources through Semper Fit that can greatly enhance the development of effective organizational CCPs. There are more than 64 Semper Fit Fitness Centers located worldwide, staffed by certified professionals who can provide expert assistance and guidance in the following areas:

Fitness and health assessments

Exercise orientation and Semper Fit Toolkits

Group exercise opportunities

Individual instruction and skill development

Health promotion programs and nutritional information

Injury prevention assistance

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(6)Navy Medicine provides care through Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF), local Branch Medical/Health Clinics (BMC/BHC) and Sports Medicine and Reconditioning Centers (SMART). Marines receive quality care and assistance through referral to a sports medicine professional or nutritionist/dietician.

2.Responsibilities

a.Commanding Officers/Officers-In-Charge

(1)Commanders/OICs are responsible for the combat readiness of their organization. Commanders can enhance combat readiness through consistent combat conditioning reflected in annual and pre-deployment training plans and by affording individual Marines the opportunity to achieve a competent level of fitness.

(2)Commanders/OICs will recognize Marines who make substantial improvement to and/or attain an exceptional level of physical fitness.

(3)Commanders/OICs are responsible for the development, implementation and management of the organizational CCP.

(4)Commanders/OICs are required to ensure their Marines comply with the requirements and standards contained in this Order and take appropriate action when required.

(5)Commanders/OICs will ensure Marines perform at least five combat conditioning sessions, of 30 minutes duration, per week. This requirement can be satisfied through combining organizational and individual CCP participation with Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP), Marine Corps Water Survival Training (MCWST), or other mission/operational specific training.

(6)Commanders/OICs will select and assign in writing a Combat Conditioning Instructor (CCI) and/or Command Physical Training Representative (CPTR).

(7)Commanders/OICs will periodically assess the effectiveness of their CCP through physical fitness and combat fitness tests.

(8)Commanders/OICs will ensure the timely and accurate recording of performance data in Marine-On-Line (MOL), Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS), and the Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS).

(9)Commanders/OICs will ensure the timely and accurate recording, reporting and investigation of all physical training, PFT and CFT Class A-C mishaps via the WESS reporting system.

b.CCI/CPTR

(1)The CCI or CPTR will thoroughly review reference (b) and the contents of this Order, immediately upon assignment.

(2)The CCI or CPTR is responsible to the Commander/OIC for development, implementation, management and supervision of the organizational CCP.

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(3)The CCI or CPTR is responsible for coordinating and supervising the execution of regularly scheduled organizational PFTs and CFTs. Responsibilities may include, but not be limited to the following:

(a)Select and train PFT/CFT monitors, as required.

(b)Select CFT location.

(c)Select PFT run route.

(d)Conduct PFT and CFT Operational Risk Management (ORM) evaluations in accordance with reference (c).

(e)Document and record PFT/CFT evaluation performance data.

(f)Manage and maintain PFT/CFT documentation in accordance with

reference (d).

c.Individual Marines

(1)Every Marine must be physically fit, regardless of age, grade, or duty assignment.

(2)Every Marine is responsible to comply with the standards and requirements contained in this Order.

(3)Every Marine will participate in an effective organizational and/or individual CCP on a continuing and progressive basis.

3.Components. Organizational CCPs will consist of the following:

a.Commanders will ensure their unit CCP addresses the specific unit METL per reference (b) and consists of five 30 minute sessions per week.

b.Strength training consisting of compound functional movements should be done at least twice a week, in combination with or separate from cardiorespiratory exercise.

c.Exceeding the guidelines above will result in greater fitness and health benefits, but should be done in a manner that is progressive in nature and provides adaptations to additional physical demands.

d.Physical conditioning programs should not be developed solely towards preparation for the PFT or CFT.

e.To the extent possible, commanders will allow Marines to conduct these conditioning sessions within normal working hours.

f.Organizational CCPs will be developed to ensure Marines are able to meet the physical demands of their unit mission and the challenges posed by environmental and operational conditions.

g.Every Marine will develop an individual CCP in order to enhance their ability to meet the physical demands of their military occupational specialty (MOS) while emphasizing the Marine Corps ethos of every Marine a rifleman.

The individual CCP is meant to augment not replace the organizational CCP.

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