Several Fort Leonard Wood units are taking advantage of the Resilience and Performance Enhancement Training Center’s Ready and Resilient Program and seeing results in not only test scores but also graduation rates.
One basic training company seeing results from their participation, Company D, 1st Battalion, 48th Infantry Regiment, is on its second cycle of using the program.
“We have seen a much higher rise in our scores from Army Physical Fitness Test 1 to APFT 2, in this cycle specifically,” said Capt. Casey Perry, Co. D commander. “We’ve had no fallouts on our 12K, no fallouts on our 16K ruck marches, and our current graduation rate stands at 94 percent.”