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NEWS | March 31, 2022

Corrosion: Bust Rust with TACOM CCI Checklists

Marine inspects a piece of equipment
Photo by Cpl. Daniel Woodall
Maintenance leaders, did you know the TACOM Corrosion website has corrosion control inspection (CCI) checklists? It sure does.

Don’t forget you’ll need your CAC to log on to the site. Once you’ve logged on, hover your mouse over Corrosion Prevention and select Inspect / Report.

Select Inspect/Report
Select Inspect/Report
Scroll about halfway down the page and you’ll see the checklists. Just click on the one you want.

CCI Checklist options
CCI Checklist options (click on image above to directly link to site)
Corrosion Control Inspection Checklists
CCI checklists were developed from work packages (WPs) that can be found in TB-43-0213, Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) for Army Ground Equipment (Mar 19), and can be used along with the equipment TM. Note that the CCI checklists will be included in the next update of TB-43-0213.

These checklists are handy for helping your unit combat corrosion by identifying areas and components where corrosion of Army equipment was observed during TACOM Corrosion surveys.

Each CCI checklist has a general checklist and an asset-specific checklist for those end items of Army equipment that are covered in it.

You’ll want to use both the general and asset-specific checklists for proper maintenance, along with the appropriate TM guidance. Note that some checklists cover multiple end items.
Here's a table with info on CCI checklists and the specific equipment covered.
CCI checklist title Equipment
01-Construction HMEE, CS-563D Type II, D7RII dozer
02-Force Sustainment Containerized kitchen, mobile integrated remains collection system (MIRCS)
03-Ground Combat Vehicles Stryker, M-ATV
05-PAWS Petroleum and Water System
06-Semitrailer M1000, M129, M870, M871, M872
07-Heavy Tactical M915, M916, M917, M984, M985, M977, M978, M1070, M1074, M1075, M1076, M1077, M1120
08-Medium Tactical M1078, M1081, M1083, M1084, M1085, M1086, M1088, M1089, M1090, M1093, M1094, M1157
09-Light Tactical General
10-Tactical Trailer M1101, M1102, M1076, M1082, M1095
For more info on corrosion prevention and control, contact the TACOM Corrosion team at:
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