Air Force physical fitness standards for men

News-DemocratNovember 9, 2013 

Male Air Force airmen can earn a maximum of 100 points during their physical fitness tests. If they score at least 90 points, they have to take the fitness test once a year.

If they score less than 90, but still pass the test, they must take the test every six months.

The minimum passing score is 75 points

Males under 30

* 1.5-mile run

9:12 or less = 60 points (max)

13:36 = 42.3 points (min)

* push-ups

67 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

33 = 5 points (min)

* sit-ups

58 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

42 = 6 points (min)

* waist measure

32.5 inches or less = 20 points (max)

39 inches = 12.6 points (min)

Males 30-39 years

* 1.5-mile run

9:34 or less = 60 points (max)

14:00 = 39.3 points (min)

* push-ups

67 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

27 = 5 points (min)

* sit-ups

54 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

39 = 6 points (min)

* waist measure

32.5 inches or less = 20 points (max)

39 inches = 12.6 points (min)

Males 40-49 years

* 1.5-mile run

9:45 or less = 60 points (max)

14:52 = 42.3 points (min)

* push-ups

44 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

21 = 5 points (min)

* sit-ups

50 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

34 = 6 points (min)

* waist measure

32.5 inches or less = 20 points (max)

39 inches = 12.6 points (min)

Males 50-59

* 1.5-mile run

10:37 or less = 60 points (max)

16:22 = 42.3 points (min)

* push-ups

44 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

15 = 5 points (min)

* sit-ups

46 or more in 1 minute = 10 points (max)

42 = 6 points (min)

* waist measure

32.5 inches or less = 20 points (max)

39 inches = 12.6 points (min)

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