JANUARY 31 2003
for corrosion control duties to the BCCE.
(4) The BCCE will manage the overall Engineering
Squadron Corrosion Control Program. He will:
Program developments and management
(b) Review engineering drawings and
specifications developed under base direction for adequacy of
(c) Review engineering drawings for Military
Construction Program (MCP) projects for adequacy of corrosion
Maintain base corrosion control records.
(e) Retain logs compiled by appropriate shops, to
be collected at the end of the calendar year. Cathodic
protection craftsmen shall retain and log readings on the
appropriate forms during the year and forward to the BCCE at the
end of the calendar year.
Review corrosion records monthly.
(g) Under MAJCOM guidance, complete a close
interval survey every five years.
(h) Include the requirements of AFI 32-1054 and
criteria established by MAJCOM in the Corrosion Control Program.
(i) Establish a cathodic protection system master
plan and show all installed rectifiers, ground beds, test
stations, and magnesium anodes. Update the maps to show any
modifications made on the systems. Indicate the location of
(j) Conduct an annual cathodic protection
performance survey with a cathodic protection craftsman. This
1. Structure-to-soil potential measurements,
on all pipelines (building gas service risers), both sides of
isolating insulation, hydrant outlets in POL systems, and surface
and underground tanks.
Internally inspecting water storage
Updating the Cathodic Protection Annual