Republic of Singapore Air Force female officer can run 2.4km in 8:49, do 73 sit-ups & 69 push-ups in 1 min

Do we even lift, bro?!

By Belmont Lay | April 21, 2015

Following the Republic of Singapore Navy’s and Singapore Army’s recruitment bait publicity material, the Republic of Singapore Air Force has responded with class.

And superior physical fitness attributes.

In a post on the Republic of Singapore Air Force Facebook page on April 21, 2015, they highlighted the achievements of a female officer 2LT Lynette Lioh, who was commissioned on April 18 as an AWO (C3), also known as Air Warfare Officer – Command, Control and Communications.

Her physical fitness record is nothing short of astounding.

Lioh managed a 2.4km timing of 8:49, 73 sit-ups and 69 push-ups, which translates into a perfect 100 points for the female IPPT age group under 22 years old — which completely destroys many guys her age.

She holds the record for being the only female Officer Cadet in the history of Officer Cadet School to have won the Overall Best Physical Training (PT) in the PT excellence challenge with her IPPT results.

A 2.4km timing of 8:49, 73 sit-ups and 69 push-ups – that's a perfect 100 points for the female IPPT age group under 22…

Posted by The Republic of Singapore Air Force on Tuesday, April 21, 2015

 

 

The AWO (C3) role is a relatively new vocation that was introduced in 2009 in the RSAF, due to the transformation of the air force to a 3rd generation (3G) fighting force. AWO(C3) was previously known as Weapons Systems Officer-WSO (C3).

The AWO (C3) is in charge of controlling air operations and involved in commanding fighter aircraft to perform strike missions, intercept operations and time-sensitive search-and-rescue missions.

 

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