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									Air Force Reserve Command

                    HQ AFRC FABRICATION
                    FUNCTIONAL MANAGER

                     SMSgt Ron McAtee
                       DSN 497-1635

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      We are one of nine major
    of the Department of the Air
Air Combat Command
Air Force Materiel Command
Air Force Reserve Command
Air Education and Training Command
Air Mobility Command
Pacific Air Forces
United States Air Forces in Europe
Air Force Space Command
Air Force Special Operations Command
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4AF                            22AF


 Alaska    Hawaii     Guam
                                  AFRC-Owned Bases

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      Robins AFB, GA


                            MY OFFICE

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   Unit-equipped
       Own their aircraft
            All fighter units
            Some airlift and aerial refueling
       Self-contained

   Associate
       Collocated with active duty units
       Share aircraft / responsibilities

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        Weather Reconnaissance, WC-130 100%
                        Aerial Spray, C-130        100%
         Rescue, HC-130-HH-60                       29%
        Airlift, C-5/C-141                   25%
       Mobile Aerial Firefighting        25%
      Airlift, C-130                   23%
   Bombers, B-52                 15%
  Tankers, KC-135            13%
Satellite Operations        7%
Fighters, F-16         5%

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                          Unique Missions
                                    Aerial Spray
                                        Oil Dispersant
                                        Entomology
     Hurricane Hunters
    53rd Weather Reconnaissance Sq

                                            Fire Fighters
                                                                     Space Shuttle Suppor

    919th Special Operations Wg

                                             302nd Airlift Wing
                                                                            301st Rescue Sq

     Deep Penetrating Tanker
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 Message from AFRC/LGM on post deployment aircraft
downtime for a thorough wash, de-panel and inspection.

                   This is why.

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                 Corrosion Survey
UNIT       BASE                    DATES OF SURVEY           A/C
433rd AW   Lackland AFB TX         11 – 12 Aug 03             C-5
301st FW   NAS JRB Fort Worth      14 – 15 Aug 03            F-16
917th WG   Barksdale AFB LA        18 –19 Aug 03         A-10/B-52
908th AW   Maxwell AFB AL 21 – 22 Aug 03             C-130
442nd FW   Whiteman AFB MO         8 – 9 Sep 03              A-10
916th AW   Seymour-Johnston        11 – 12 Sep 03          KC-135

HQ AFRC    Outbrief        Robins AFB GA 30 Sep 03

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      Corrosion Survey

                            Some challenges

Some good

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           Corrosion Survey Results
 Standardize the AFRC corrosion program with more formal
 guidance. (AFRCI 21-101, AFRC 21-105 etc.)

 Utilize the “best practice” benchmarks across the command

 Continue “buy in” from leadership on priority issues. (Aircraft
  availability, funding, facilities, environmental concerns etc.)

           908th AW, Maxwell AFB AL, MSgt. Dain Payton

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                      Corrosion Survey
The team was particularly impressed with the consistent availability and use of spot
cleaner products conforming to Mil-PRF-87937 and Mil-C-43616

        Photo Not Available

      SMSgt Allen Locking
       Keys in Rental Car

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Corrosion Survey Comments
   AFM 23-110 establishes very stringent shelf-life requirements
   for these materials that must be adhered to in order to
   ensure they perform adequately.

  EMIS lists an incorrect SLC (shelf life code) of 6 (24-
  months) for aircraft Military Specification coatings Mil-
  PRF-23377 and Mil-PRF-85285. SLC 4 (12-months) is
  correct for these type coatings. This error in EMIS leads
  to HAZMAT updating these coatings in the original
  package to 2-years (SLC-6) upon receipt.

 This product (Cee-Bee R-256) is now being packaged in
 a 8-oz brush-lid can (NSN: 6850-01-512-6620) which is
 ideally suited for small applications, such as removing
 coatings to facilitate Nondestructive Inspections. It is
 authorized per T.O. 1-1-8
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          Corrosion Survey Comments

“The support provided by MSgt Kevin Wilson of the
433rd AW was particularly noteworthy”.

“the team would like to specifically recognize the overall
quality of the 301st Fighter Wing Corrosion Program.
SMSgt Ray Russell and the other members of the Wing
have developed a very strong program that is one of the
best we have observed in many years. Other units with
impressive Corrosion Programs were the 442nd Fighter
Wing (SMSgt Mark Mock) and the 917th Wing (MSgt
Billy Cliff)”.

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              Corrosion Prevention
                Advisory Boards
 Most important venue for the units to inform SPO,
  MAJCOM and Corrosion office of problem areas.

 Must take the time to submit action items through
  the MAJCOM.

 Please be as specific as possible (pictures etc.)

 If you submit an action item, try to attend the CPAB
  to explain the problem/situation. This is extremely
  important to the action item voting process.
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 Please utilize the AFCPCO website

    Full of information
    Past message references
    New technologies
    CPAB action item worksheet
    Conference announcements
    Greatest single source of information for
    any corrosion technician, supervisor or
    MAJCOM manager

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