I think what you say is spot on, the basic structure is good to have, and obviously i guess a lot of people might find that varying it around a little, will benefit their fitness more than just doing the bog standard wall chart.
basically its just a poster/wall chart that shows you a routine to do all your fitness stuff i.e. press ups, sit ups, running. it looks good but i have never used it to be perfectly honest. i just go to the gym where i have my own routine, and do press ups at home. havent started running yet but i will soon...
Well it comes in a square 'Army Fitness' booklet. (The front cover is of 3 or 4 people doing some kind of exercises from an overhead view)
The booklet goes into more detail on the exercises and other things like common injuries, diet, and all the nitty gritty technical stuff about your body and doing the right exercises for your level of fitness. The poster is more of a wall chart with the stretches and exercises mapped out on it with diagrams (well, pictures of people doing them and instructions on how to do them as well) and then there's the 12 week programme set out at the bottom of the poster.
I'm sure your AFCO will have a spare copy to dish out if you ask