How to become a PTL

Master Sgt. Brian Babusci (pictured in yellow shoes), the 911th Airlift Wing fitness program manager, monitors Airmen during the push-up portion of their physical fitness test at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, June 7, 2014. To become a physical training leader, you have to volunteer with your unit fitness training manager, have a passing physical fitness score, be cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator certified, know Air Force Instruction 36-2905, “Fitness Program,” and be able to properly demonstrate how to perform the PFT. The Air Force takes physical fitness seriously to ensure mission readiness with its people and also to encourage Airmen to live healthy and productive lives. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joseph E. Bridge)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Joseph E. Bridge
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