UNITED STATES ARMY CENTER FOR INITIAL MILITARY TRAINING
(USACIMT)
What Does USACIMT Do For The Army?
The U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training (USACIMT) is the Core Function Lead for the Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) for all initial entry training. What this does is provide a process that aligns the development of competencies (knowledge, skills, abilities, attributes) and behaviors in civilian volunteers in order for them to become Soldiers who are physically ready, grounded in Army Values, and competent in their skills so they are able to contribute as leaders or members of a team upon arrival at their first unit of assignment. Initial Military Training (IMT) includes developing baseline proficiency on warrior tasks and battle drills and critical skills associated with their military occupational specialty (MOS) or officer basic branch.

Additionally, USACIMT is the proponent for the Army Combat Fitness Test, which will replace the current Army Physical Fitness Test and become the test of record no later than October 2020.
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