A Staggering Number of Troops Are Fat and Tired

A 2018 RAND report on health promotion and disease prevention has painted a grim picture of the military's physical fitness and sleep standards.

The study, featuring roughly 18,000 randomly selected participants across each of the service branches, showed that almost 66 percent of service members are considered to be either overweight or obese, based on the military's use of body mass index as a measuring standard.

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