Jared Keller

While explaining the specifics of the Army’s new Combat Fitness Test recently, Maj. Gen. Malcolm Frost turned to a reporter and delivered a subtle challenge to members of the press: “Yes, you can take it if you want.”

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The new Army PT test is right around the corner, and every soldier with Internet access seems absolutely pumped.

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U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Z.A. Landers

The U.S. and South Korea announced Tuesday that a toned-down version of annual joint military drills would begin April 1 amid a potentially monumental thaw in ties with nuclear-armed North Korea that could see the allies’ two leaders hold separate summits with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.

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Photo courtesy of Brittney Hogan

Brittney Hogan, founder of the apparel line Virago Fitness, used exercise as a constructive outlet for grief, and in doing so, she made fitness part of her daily life.

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Photo by Senior Airman Timothy Moore

In December, the disaster recovery charity racing team Race2Rebuild partnered with nonprofit Team Red, White, & Blue in New York City for a joint-holiday social. We went ice skating and then over to a bar for some snacks and a pint. Race2Rebuild offered a free raffle just for showing up offering prizes like a t-shirt or socks. That was pretty cool.

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Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Oelrich

Successful people make an effort to keep their minds strong, their skills fresh, their bodies durable, and their sights focused on their goals. They are proactive and always on a path of discovering solutions to problems. They build and maintain resilience, always developing themselves while still being of service to others.

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