Basic training means different things to different branches--field-stripping a rifle is replaced with using Wireshark or disassembling some code or basic drone flight (even for pure (h|cr)ackers) in the theoretical ChairForce (LOVE that term).
Probably still a bit of a physical fitness/discipline requirement (arranging into squads, e.g.),but no need to be so intense. Or more accurately, time-consuming with all the march-20-miles stuff. Maybe 30 mins/day of calesthenics and certain minimum proficiency for simple "you're likely to get sick enough while on-duty to be a net liability"-type mitigation. Doubly so if there is the occasional expectation to use stimulants to maintain vigilance during long duty shifts (we never give our footsoldiers or pilots stims, right?