1. Mental Readiness —The ability to meet the mental demands of combat or duty position.
2. Sleep Readiness —The ability to implement the requisite sleep principles and behaviors to support optimal brain function.
3. Nutritional Readiness —The ability to recognize, select, and consume the requisite food and drink to meet the physical and non-physical demands of any duty or combat.
4. Spiritual Readiness —The development of personal qualities needed to sustain a person in times of stress, hardship, and tragedy.
5. Physical Readiness —The ability to meet the physical demands of any duty or combat and accomplish the mission