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Corrosion Prevention and Control Program Plan (CPC)

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The Statement of Work requires that the contractor develop and prepare a comprehensive Corrosion Prevention and Control CPC Program Plan to include objectives and schedules as follows Initially, selected members of the Army Corrosion Prevention and Control Committee CPCC will be contracted to obtain copies of their Corrosion Control Plans which would be used for reviewing and adapting desirable features for the CECOM CPC. It is known that AF, MICOM, Navy and certain military contractors have had extensive corrosion study programs for years and have advanced control plans in effect especially in Avionics, Fire Control, and missile guidance systems which would be useful for CECOM purposes. The purpose of this report to provide CECOM engineers with a guide to the control of the quality and design of military electronics and electrical equipments so that corrosion failures in the field can be prevented maintenance costs can be reduced, and the equipment appearance enhanced. An in- house training program will be developed for one and two days A basic training course will be prepared for technical and engineering personnel who are involved in research, development and design of communication equipments and systems. A quality control course will be prepared for inspectors, Quality Assurance, logistics and procurement personnel. The CECOM Supplement to DARCOM R-702-24 will be reviewed and revised to agree with the latest guidance and regulating requirements from higher headquarters and changing technology and field usage and storage practices involved in acquisition and fielding of CECOM requirements.

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  • Administration and Management
  • Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • Properties of Metals and Alloys

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