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M ar ine Corps Body Composition Standards Age Group M ale F emale 17-20 1 8%BF 26%BF 21-25 1 8%BF 26%BF 26-30 1 9%BF 27%BF 31-35 1 9%BF 27%BF 36-40 20%BF 28%BF 41 -45 20%BF 28%BF 46-50 21%BF 29%BF 51+ 21%BF 29%BF "Every Marine must comply with established body composition standards and present a suitable military appearance 1 regardless of age, grade, gender, or duty assignment." In support of this, MCO 6110. 3A w/CH-1 Marine Corps Body Composition and Military Appearance Program provides policy and procedural guidance for the: • Body Composition Program (BCP), ensuring that Marines are at the proper weight, height, and body mass ratio. • Mi li tary Appearance Program (MAP), ensuring Marines represent the Marine Corps leadership principle of setting the example.
Comman ders and OICs en su re Marines co mp ly with the standards in M CO 6 11 0.3A w/CH-1. Th ey are responsible fo r the following: • Enforcing complian ce with wei ght and b ody co mposition standards, and a suitable military appearance if they possess special courts-martial co nvening authority • Ensuring Marines recei ve a m ed ical evaluation from an authorized med ical pr ov i de r pr ior to BCP or MAP assignment. • Consideration of recomm en dati ons for tem por ary medi ca l exe mptions • Selecting and assigning an FFI and/or CPTR, in writing Wh ich of tha fol lo wi ng are CO or OIC r espons i bi litias ac cord i ng to BCM AP pc IIcies? Select all t ha t ap p l~ . and then 5elect Su bmi t. [nforce comp liance wi th weight a nd body composit io n standar ds. and a sui ta bl e mil ~ary appeara n ce w it1 convening eu thonty. 0 Supervi se th e com m and BC f' o nd MA f' . 0 E11srn~ M a1 i 11es re ceive a r c:1 i1 a11J i nμcu fa -t l ev c1 l uc1 l. iu 11 . 0 :;cIcc1 and a,s Ign 3 ~ H an d/ or Cl-' I R 0 Consider recommendatio ns for temixirary medi ca l exe mpt : on s. Purpose Scope Frequency of Weigh -Ins Assessment Sequence Standards Purpose. The Ma r ine Co r ps BCMAP establ i shes , evaluates , and enfo r ces compl ia nce with opti m al weig ht and body composition st an dards, and a suitab le military appea rance. T hese are essen tial to the preservation of good or d er and discipline and n eces s ary fo r the maintenance of com bat readiness Ma ri ne Co rps-w i de . Scope. All Marines will be periodically evaluated for weight and military appearance in accordance with the established frequency and sequence. Weigh-ins may also occur on the same day as the Physical Fitness Training or Combat Fitness Training. In addition, the CO can order weigh-ins for the entire un it or an individual Marine as deemed necessary. The Inspector General and Commanding Generals can also require weigh-ins while conducting unannounced inspections.
BCP Medi c al C ons iderati ons Medical Exemptions Marines not in compliance with established BCMAP standards, required a medical eval uat ion by an authorized medical provider. A Marine cannot be fo rmally assi gned to the BCP or MAP prior to receivi ng a med ical evaluation.

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