Comments got me thinking about NASA's 20 g centrifuge. Gemini astronauts pushed to 7 or perhaps 8 g's as discussed in this answer but these days with nicely throttleable engines astronauts going to space experience no more than ballpark 3 g under normal conditions.
- Puzzler: What acceleration are these astronauts experiencing?
- Has an object ever been put in orbit where the first stage was always at maximum thrust?
The NASA 20 G Centrifuge (also NASA page) potentially goes up to 20 g, but I'm guessing they don't do that so much any more.
Question: How fast (to what g-level) do they spin astronauts these days? Maximum routine g-training for astronauts in the 21st century?