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Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference | TODAY!

The 2017 Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference begins TODAY! The event is taking place at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference

The DoD- Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference is a critical event that fosters an efficient and effective collaborative environment to not only better understand the impact of corrosion on DoD equipment and infrastructure, but also jointly work toward practical prevention and control solutions.  This effort brings together a diverse spectrum of technical expertise and knowledge representing government, industry, academia, and international corrosion partners.  Participants represent essentially every field related to corrosion prevention and control, including basic and applied research; maintenance and sustainment; research and development; practitioners and manufacturers; and the DoD acquisition workforce.  Through a series of technical programs and events, the conference proceedings are designed to stimulate collaboration and promote information sharing opportunities.  Participants also have the opportunity to interact with respected leaders and recognized subject matter experts across the corrosion community worldwide.

Call (732) 886-2223 or email today for more information!

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#TechTuesday: 93, is the Winning Number of Strykers to be Built at Anniston Army Depot!


Photo Credit: Alabama’s 13 WVTM Birmingham

On this edition of #TechTuesday, we want to bring your attention to the Anniston Army Depot in Calhoun County, AL. Where the Anniston Army Depot and General Dynamics will be producing military vehicles that will take place over the next two years and help bring safety to the men and women who serve our country. Ninety-Three (93) Strykers will have new “Double V Hull” technology, that could very well be described as “life-saving” and will be produced at the Anniston Army Depot. Another important aspect of the updated Strykers is their ability to be rebuilt at a cost of 60% compared to building a new vehicle.

To watch more visit: Alabama’s 13 and be sure to checkout their gallery of photos.

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