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NEWS | May 27, 2021

Corrosion: AMCOM Has New Corrosion Website

Photo Courtesy of AMCOM Corrosion Program Office CPO
Photo Courtesy of AMCOM Corrosion Program Office CPO
The new AMCOM corrosion website has a lot of great information to offer.
Aviation and missile units can use the website to request assistance. You can find help from departments for corrosion, nondestructive testing (NDT) and the missile corrosion service team, just to name a few. With CAC in hand, you can access the website HERE
Or you can contact the corrosion teams using the following info:
Materials Science and Engineering Division
Missile Corrosion Service Team (MCST)
(256) 336-1400 or DSN 860-1400

Materials Science and Engineering Division
Aviation Corrosion Team (ACT)
(256) 313-0209 or DSN 897-0209
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