Fitness Program: The Dark Side Of The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Comment?
The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program: The Dark Side of the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Comment by .: Did you mean to add the word “program” at the end here?
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11 January 2018
In October 2009, the U.S. Army officially launched the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program (CSF). The mission was to build a resilient fighting force by increasing the physical and psychological performance of our Soldiers, family members, and civilians. CSF is a program based on more than 30 years of scientific research conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, known as the Penn Resilience Program (PRP).1 Despite CSF’s good intentions, the Army did not study the program …show more content…
Raymond M. Dunning II, “Sustaining Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness: Critical for Army 2020,” Strategy Research Project, (2013), 3. Comment by .: For endnotes, the author’s first name should be listed first. Comment by .: Is this the name of the journal? The journal’s name should be written here.
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3. Eidelson, Pilisuk, and Soldz, “The Dark Side of Comprehensive Soldier Fitness.”
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