Surveillance has continued on various samples of aluminum hydride. The types of aluminum hydride which are being studied include magnesium doped, magnesium-doped, DPA diphenylacetylene treated, n-butylamine, and pH 7 hydrolyzed material. These samples are providing valuable decomposition rate data both neat at -15, 25, and 40 C., and in propellant at 25, 40, and 60 C. Results of the neat aluminum hydride surveillance program continue to show very low decomposition rates at 25 C. One sample of magnesium-doped aluminum hydride has decomposed only 0.055 after two years. Many samples which demonstrated much better 60 C. stability are now being studied. The neat aluminum hydride decomposition data have been correlated using the Avrami-Erofeev equation and commonly used kinetic relationships. An average activation energy of 23 kcalmole has been determined. High stability magnesium-doped samples have shown even higher activation energies. The equations used for correlating the decomposition data can also be used for predicting the 25 C. stability from the decomposition data at a higher temperature. The weakest part of this correlation is in the assumption of a particular activation energy. However, a n-butylamine treated sample now being studied in the neat surveillance program is expected to require 1 to 3 years to decompose 0.03 based on two possible activation energy values.