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  • Weighted Airmen Promotion System — The Weighted Airmen Promotion System (WAPS) is a United States Air Force program that determines who will be promoted to the ranks of Staff Sergeant (E 5) through Master Sergeant (E 7) and provides feedback score sheets to enlisted members… …   Wikipedia

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  • Weighted clothing — is the adding of weight to various parts of the body through attaching weighted pieces to the body which leave the hands free to grasp. Unlike with held weights or machines, the user is generally more apt for normal movement. In some cases… …   Wikipedia

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