By Bill Johnson-Miles, MCSC Corporate Communications
"We don't just admire the problem, we take steps to identify, correct and sustain equipment," said Col. Ed Mays, a guest speaker who provided the opening remarks at the Marine Corps Corrosion Prevention and Control 2013 Working Group. Mays is Marine Corps Systems Command's assistant commander for Acquisition Logistics and Product Support. He spoke to more than 50 people attending the CPAC Working Group hosted May 7-9 by MCSC at Quantico's Gray Research Center.
According to Bernard Friend, CPAC Program Operations and Sustainment, the working group is more than just discussion. They identify problems and challenges to corrosion prevention and control, and then take steps to make necessary corrections.