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Air Force Fitness Management System II up, accessible

1st Lt. Jordan Waiwaiole practices the sit-up portion of the Air Force fitness assessment at the Hanscom Fitness Center Oct. 17. A new winter fitness assessment schedule begins Nov. 3. Assessments will take place Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., as well as noon, with six testing slots available per session. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mark Herlihy)

1st Lt. Jordan Waiwaiole practices the sit-up portion of the Air Force fitness assessment at the Hanscom Fitness Center late last year. A new Air Force Fitness Management System - AFFMS II - is now up and accessible via the Air Force Personnel Center Secure Application. AFFMS II enables Airmen to review their fitness history and records through July 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mark Herlihy)

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- The new Air Force Fitness Management System - AFFMS II - is now up and accessible via the Air Force Personnel Center Secure Application, Air Force Personnel Center officials said.

AFFMS II enables Airmen to review their fitness history and records through July 2010.

"The previous system was taken off line Dec. 31 to enable systems specialists to transition content to the new system," said 1st Lt. Nathan Strickland, AFPC Special Programs Branch Chief.

AFFMS II improves accessibility and fitness program managers' ability to manage fitness program records. In addition, it features more stringent security controls to protect members' information from unauthorized changes.

"This system provides Total Force Airmen with a more up-to-date, user-friendly fitness management system that better supports the overall Air Force Fitness program," Strickland said. "System developers worked side-by-side with fitness program personnel to ensureĀ  the system provides users with effective and efficient access."

During the system downtime, base fitness assessment centers and unit fitness program managers maintained hard copies of fitness score sheets for Airmen who tested while the system was down.

"Base fitness assessment centers will work expeditiously to update those Airmen's test scores," the lieutenant explained. "Airmen whose records have not been updated within a month should contact their unit fitness program manager."

To access AFFMS II go to the AFPC secure application and click on AFFMS II or go to the Air Force Portal at https://my.af.mil, select "Life and Fitness," and then select AFFMS II from the drop down menu.

For more information about the fitness management system and other personnel issues, go to myPers at https://mypers.af.mil. Air Force retirees who do not have a myPers account can find instructions to create an account at www.retirees.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-120510-068.pdf.