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NEWS | Sept. 27, 2022

All Aircraft: Protecting Against Corrosion with Desiccant

BLUF: Use MIL-D-3464E for aviation desiccant needs.
Soldier performing maintenance on a Chinook
Photo by Charles Rosemond
Preventing aircraft corrosion is a must. For example, when shipping parts you definitely need desiccant to keep moisture out of containers and corrosion at bay. For more info on containers, shipping and fighting corrosion, click HERE.
There are different types of desiccant. To get and use the right type, refer to military specification MIL-D-3464E, which can be viewed HERE.
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