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This study was to investigate the effects of basic military training on physical fitness and self-efficacy of R.O.T.C. students who are in a bachelor's degree course at H University. The study examined the change of their physical fitness and self-efficacy through the basic military training conducted in Student's Central Military School for 3 weeks winter vacation. For the analysis of data, SPSS Ver 17.0 package was utilized in order to get the result of average and standard deviation at the 95% significant level. In addition, significant differences within small groups were analyzed by using paired t-test. Results are as follows: First, it was shown that there was a significant difference in all factors, Muscular strength(grasping power & back-strength), muscular endurance (sit-up & push-up), flexibility (sit-reach), agility (side-step) and balance (close eye foot balance) at the 95% significant level before and after the training. Second, it was shown that there was an increase in the Self -confidence, self-control efficacy and preferred task difficulty scale, but was no a significant difference in them. In conclusion, there were significant changes in both the physical fitness of the basic military training and the self-efficacy, but was no a significant change in them. This result is due to a regulated private life, regular diets and a large-quantity of the physical activity which was more than normal life. It is suggested that, in order to draw a more precise study result, it is needed to observe the change in R.O.T.C. students' physical fitness and self-efficacy every the basic military training.