Reed, Keith
January 2004
Airman;Jan2004, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p2
Discusses the importance of physical conditioning as part of basic military training and officer training in the U.S. Significance of staying in shape for a military; Possibility of jeopardizing the overall mission and not getting the job done if an officer is out of shape; Call of Gen. John P. Jumper to his men to be ready always.


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