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A career in the armed forces is demanding given the high operational tempo and wide spectrum of mission requirements. Service members must maintain a high level of physical readiness to meet the operational demands. Although service members are a diverse cohort, those with the same military occupational specialty are required to complete similar training and operational tasks despite differences in age and years of military service.
Changes in aerobic fitness because of age have been well documented in the civilian population. As age increases, maximum heart rate decreases, reducing maximum cardiac output during exercise. The resulting decline in maximal oxygen consumption9,11,14 is nonlinear,15,16 with an accelerated deterioration after 45 to 50 years old. Power and strength decreases are also nonlinear, with power decreasing by 3% per decade from ages 24 to 50 and a 7% decline per decade from ages 50 to 74.20 Brown, et al14 measured a watt per kilogram decline per year when exercising at maximum aerobic capacity, demonstrating the decline in power produced at maximal effort as age increases.
Ageing results in decreased in cardiorespiratory fitness and increased body fat, and these deficits are of particular concern to service members in physically demanding military occupational specialty that are compounded by other external factors. The weight added by basic protective equipment alone is enough to decrease maximum aerobic capacity by 50% and increase overall caloric expenditure by 20%. Previous research has also found decreased aerobic fitness after deployment and decreased anaerobic power after as little as 72 hours of sustained operational training. Deployment has been associated with increased body mass, fat mass, and percentage of body fat, with small strength gains as Soldiers self-select strength exercises more frequently than aerobic conditioning. Although these changes because of deployment and training are relatively small, they may be amplified by age-related physiological changes. If there is insufficient dwell time to rest, recover, and retrain between deployments and sustained operational training, these effects may become permanent.