**U.S. Army Weight Chart for Females**

HEIGHTIN INCHES |
AGE 17 - 20 |
AGE 21 - 27 |
AGE 28 - 39 |
AGE 40 + |

58 |
109 |
112 |
115 |
119 |

59 |
113 |
116 |
119 |
123 |

60 |
116 |
120 |
123 |
127 |

61 |
120 |
124 |
127 |
131 |

62 |
125 |
129 |
132 |
137 |

63 |
129 |
133 |
137 |
141 |

64 |
133 |
137 |
141 |
145 |

65 |
137 |
141 |
145 |
149 |

66 |
141 |
148 |
150 |
154 |

67 |
145 |
149 |
154 |
159 |

68 |
150 |
154 |
159 |
164 |

69 |
154 |
158 |
163 |
168 |

70 |
159 |
163 |
168 |
173 |

71 |
163 |
167 |
172 |
177 |

72 |
167 |
172 |
177 |
183 |

73 |
172 |
177 |
182 |
188 |

74 |
178 |
183 |
189 |
194 |

75 |
183 |
188 |
194 |
200 |

76 |
189 |
194 |
200 |
206 |

77 |
193 |
199 |
205 |
211 |

78 |
198 |
204 |
210 |
216 |

79 |
203 |
209 |
215 |
222 |

80 |
208 |
214 |
220 |
227 |

**Notes:**

**1. The height will be measured in stocking feet (without shoes), standing on
a flat surface with the chin parallel to the floor. The body should be straight but not rigid, similar to the position
of attention. The measurement will be rounded to the nearest inch with the following guidelines:**

a. If the height fraction is less than 1/2 inch, round down to the nearest whole number in inches.

b. If the height fraction is 1/2 inch or greater, round up to the next highest whole number in inches.

**2. The weight should be measured and recorded to the nearest pound within the
following guidelines:**

a. If the weight fraction is less than 1/2 pound, round down to the nearest pound.

b. If the weight fraction is 1/2 pound or greater, round up to the nearest pound.

**3. All measurement will be in a standard PT uniform (gym shorts and T-shirt,
without shoes).**

**4. If the circumstances preclude weighing soldiers during the APFT, they should
be weighed within 30 days of the APFT.**

**5. Add 6 pounds per inch for males over 80 inches and 5 pounds for females for
each inch over 80 inches.**

**Information Courtesy of U.S. Army**