This expanded issue of the AMPTIAC Quarterly focuses on DOD policies, resources, and technologies employed in an effort to defeat corrosion. Articles in this special issue include:
Beating Corrosion Requires Change at the Top; The DOD's New Corrosion Policy; General Accounting Office Oversees DOD Corrosion Prevention and Control Efforts; New Integrated Product Team Will Implement DOD-Wide Policy; Improved Access to Corrosion Research Will Reduce Total Ownership Costs; Corrosion Community-Building Tools Established on Internet; New CPC Planning Guidebook an Invaluable Tool for Program Managers; Standardization Is Needed to Fully Implement Corrosion Policy; Making the Grade - Approving New Material and Process Technologies Faster; MaterialEASE: Corrosion - A Natural but Controllable Process; Success Stories: Military Facilities; Success Stories: Marine Corps; Success Stories: Air Force; Success Stories: Army; Success Stories: Navy; Success Stories: Controlled Humidity Protection.
December 1, 2003
All Aircraft Survivability Journals published after 2014 were produced under the contract vehicle known as Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center (SURVIAC). The journal is now created by the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP).