aircraft or component manual will take precedence.If the
applicable aircraft or component publication does not
comply with the general requirements in the tri-service
Geographical Location CPC Inspection and Wash Frequency.
frequency of aircraft washing and CPC inspections will vary depending
on aircraft MDS and home station. Aircraft will be washed and have
corrosion inspections on a regular basis, per the guidelines contained
in applicable specific aircraft manual.
If the aircraft home station or
operational area is not listed, use the criteria for the closest location
8-7. Operating Environment CPC
Inspection and Wash Requirements.
addition to the prerequisites for home station geographical location
requirements, the specific aircraft -23 manual will be followed.
8-8. Aviation Associated Equipment.
Items such as, Aviation Ground
scheduled for CPC inspections per the applicable TM. When no TM has
been developed for the item, or if a CPC inspection interval is not
included, a CPC inspection will be due every 180 days.
Document on DD
Form 314, Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record, or DA Form 2409,
Required References. The following publications are considered
as the minimum requirements for a CPC library.
AR 750-1, Army Materiel Maintenance Policies.
d. TM l-1500-343-23, Avionics Cleaning And Corrosion
TM l-1500-344-23, Aircraft Weapon Systems Cleaning and Corrosion
Currently no formal Army resident,
correspondence, or video tape training programs for unit CPC Monitors
exist; however, training is available from the following sources: