AVIATION CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICY
Aviation Corrosion Prevention and
and maintenance officers, at all levels, must ensure that all Army
policy and procedures for the detection and treatment of corrosion for
aircraft and associated equipment are followed.
Commanders will ensure compliance with these requirements and
will establish additional Corrosion, Prevention and Control (CPC)
procedures, as necessary, for all aviation resources under their
b . All activities that have control of aircraft and associated
equipment will prepare a CPC plan in writing.
The CPC plan and
implementing instructions should be included in the Unit's Standing
Operating Procedures (SOP). A flow chart that could be useful to
establish a basic CPC program is contained in TM l-1500-343-23,
Commanders may waive CPC procedures only when the conditions
a. Commanders will integrate CPC awareness into all levels of
maintenance including depot and inter-service contracts (contractors).
CPC directives will be published to provide adequate instructions and
awareness without reducing mission effectiveness.
ensure the following:
(2) A CPC monitor is designated and appointed on Unit Orders.
The monitor is an additional duty, normally assigned to a Technical
Inspector (TI) or maintenance supervisor.
(3) The CPC monitor receives full training in corrosion
prevention, treatment and safety, if the monitor is not a graduate
from an accredited corrosion course or program.
(4) Specific CPC responsibilities are delegated to appropriate
staff members, maintenance supervisors, and technical inspectors.
(5) A safe environment is created and maintained for those
working in the CPC program.
This includes but is not limited to
facilities, equipment, and supplies.