If you want your fitness records that predate July 2010, you must download them by Dec. 30 or they will be lost forever.
The Air Force is closing down the Air Force Fitness Management System and transitioning to the improved Air Force Fitness Management System II between Dec. 31 and Jan. 11. AFFMS II will not longer include information older than July 2010, according to an Air Force Personnel Center news the release said.
Fitness records older than July 2010 will no longer be accessible in the Air Force Fitness Management System after Dec. 30.
Officials said all active-duty, Reserve and Guard members looking to save a copy of their fitness records dating back five years must do so before AFFMS transitions to its new system in the new year, according to a release.
Air Force Personnel Center teams will transition AFFMS to the improved Air Force Fitness Management System II between Dec. 31 and Jan. 11. AFFMS II will no longer include information older than July 2010, the release said.
The new system will have improved accessibility through the Air Force Portal for both airmen and fitness managers, and will have additional security features to protect members' information, the release said.
"This system will provide Total Force Airmen with a more up-to-date, user-friendly fitness management system that will better support the overall Air Force Fitness program," said 1st Lt. Nathan Strickland, the AFPC Special Programs branch chief, said in the release.
"In the interim, bBase fitness assessment centers and unit fitness program managers will maintain hard copies of fitness score sheets for Airmen who test while the system is down and will update those records once AFFMS II is up and running," Strickland said.
Airmen are not required to keep their own fitness records, but if they wish to download or print copies of their fitness history, they should visit the Air Force Portal "Life & Fitness" section and select "AF Fitness Management System."
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