ARLINGTON, Va. — With about $2.6 billion being spent annually to address corrosion-related problems with U.S. Navy aviation, special efforts are being made to develop coatings and other technology to prevent corrosion or alleviate its effects. NanoSonic, a Pembroke, Va.-based company, is taking technology it has developed and tested on landing platform/dock (LPD) amphibious ship intake screens and using it to cut down on corrosion effects on Navy and Marine aircraft, says Vincent ...


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