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Volume 4, No. 3
Fall 2008

  • One of DoDís Smartest Corrosion Programs is Driven by the Marine Team
    To prosecute its unique global mission of amphibious warfare, the Marine Corps has faced daunting challenges involving the prevention of corrosion on its armored trucks, cargo troop carriers, and motor transport units. Cynthia Greenwood details the merits of the branchís highly successful, structured Corrosion Prevention and Control Program that liberates Marines from busting rust.(Read More...)


  • Meet the Director of the DoD Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office
    Daniel J. Dunmire, the newly appointed Director of the DoD Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office, weighs in on key issues concerning how his Office and the Services are working together to tackle military corrosion.(Read More...)


  • Dement Follows Reed as Air Force Lead at Corrosion Forums
    Lt. Col. Robert Reed, a corrosion expert who has led Air Force efforts to change the culture surrounding military corrosion mitigation, has passed the baton to Lt. Col. Frank Dement. Lt. Col. Dement serves as chief of the Air Force Corrosion Prevention and Control Office. Here, Lt. Col. Reed discusses how the Air Force has benefited from participating in the DoD Corrosion Forums, while Lt. Col. Dement details issues he will address in the future.(Read More...)


  • Metallurgist Retires from Army Research Laboratory
    Ralph Adler, a prominent Army research metallurgist and member of the DoD Corrosion Forum, has retired after more than two decades of service to the Army Research Laboratory. Adler pioneered Army support for the mission of the DoD Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office.(Read More...)



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