CAGE Codes
  • 4PCJ9
DUNS Codes
  • 792184066
  • 561311
  • 561320
  • 561110
  • 541990
  • 541712
  • 541711
  • 541690
  • 541620
  • 541614
  • 541611
  • 541330
  • 511130
  • 488190
  • 237120

Corrosion Control

Whether dealing with corrosion or other material degradation issues with infrastructure, mobile or fixed communication/electronics equipment, ground support equipment, or aircraft, our team of Corrosion Program Management Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) has the knowledge base to resolve those issues. For over a decade our team’s staff has provided the U.S. Air Force’s Tactical and Special Operations Forces, Heavy Lift aircraft and Rotary Wing System Program Offices with outstanding Engineering, Technical and Program management support.


Both of our corrosion prevention and control programs have both been recognized by U.S. Air Force Senior Executive Staff personnel as the “Best in the Air Force.” Our personnel have been leaders in corrosion prevention, control, policy development and program support since 2006.

Key Attributes

  • Experienced staff with centuries of cumulative Corrosion Prevention and Control Program (CPCP) experience. We support development and execution of platform-specific CPCP for any type of aircraft, communication equipment or support equipment.
  • Capable of providing excellent day-to-day CPCP program execution, as demonstrated by our work for all variant models/series C-130 Hercules aircraft (2009-Present); C-5 Galaxy aircraft (2007-2017); and all Air Force helicopters (2009-2012).
  • Available engineering and technical maintenance personnel experienced in engineering, material and processes development, and drawings development and management for all model design series variants of the Heavy Lift cargo aircraft, Tactical and Special Operations aircraft, Rotary Wing aircraft, Fighter, support equipment, and communication equipment.
  • The Air Force Corrosion Program Executive Office (SAF AQ/CCPE) selected the MEC Energy Services-generated CPCP plans and programs as the best in the Air Force (2016-2017).

Our Clients

  • Air Force Material Command (AFMC), Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC).
  • C-130 Aircraft Hercules Division (WLNE) Corrosion Prevention and Control Program (CPCP) support
  • DoD Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Technology and Logistics Office of Corrosion Policy and Oversight Air Force (CPO)
  • C-5 Galaxy Aircraft (AFLCMC/WLSE) CPCP support
  • Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson AFB
  • U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory
  • AFMC AFLCMC/EZP Air Force Corrosion Program Office

Our Contract Efforts

  • MEC Energy Services’ associated SMEs continue to support the C-130 Corrosion Prevention and Control Programs for the U.S. Air Force as they have for over 10 years.
  • The MEC Energy Services associate team members plan, program and lead the C-130 Corrosion Prevention Advisory Board working groups and other technical interchange meetings covering Tactical and Special Operations C-130 aircraft.
  • The MEC Energy Services team concurrently conducts aircraft corrosion program surveys and organizational assessments worldwide. Our SMEs have set the highest standards for other Air Force Weapon System platforms to follow.
  • Provide specific aircraft platform CPCP planning and program development and day-to-day management support.
  • Develop organizational and depot-level corrosion-related material field test, evaluation, and integration plans and programs.
  • Provide technical and engineering support for the C-130 chrome-free coating systems demonstration/validation test development and test evaluations.
  • Assist in the transition of innovative corrosion prevention and control material and processes into mainstream maintenance activities.
  • Provide SME support in the identification, demonstration/validation, and integration of innovative corrosion preventive materials and processes on continually aging aircraft fleets.