I am attempting to find either hard copies of PDFs for a handful of US DOD scientific and technical reports that were written primarily in the 1970s.
I have searched the usual places (DTIC, NTIS, Google Scholar, WorldCat without any luck. If you have any suggestions/ideas, please let me know.
Wang, E.H., Air Force Technical Report, CEEDO-TR77-7, "Bioassay of Air Force FC-206 fire fighting foam", Civil and Environmental Engineering Development Office, Tyndall AFB, FL, 1977
Thomas, J.F., and LeFebvre, E.E., Report No. EHL(K) 74-3. "Biodegradability and toxicity of FC-200, aqueous film forming foam", USAF Environmental Health Laboratory, Kelly AFB, TX, 1974
LeFebvre, E.E., and Thomas, J.F., "Biodegradabilitv and toxicity of AER-O-WATER 3 and AER-O-WATER 6 aqueous film forming foam" USAF Environmental Health Laboratory, Kelly AFE, TX, 1974.
LeFebvre. E F. and Inman, R.C., Report No. EHL(K) 75-3. 'Biodegradability and toxicity of ANSUL K74-100 aqueous film forming foam, USAF Environmental Health Laboratory, Kelly AFB, TX, 1975.
LeFebvre. E.E.. and Inman. R.C. , Report No. EHL(K) 74-26, "Biodegradability and toxicity of FC-2C6 aqueous filrr. f. rr;ng foarr USAF Environmental Health Laboratory. Ke:ly AFE, TX, 1974.
Fink, P.T., Air Force Technical Report. CEEDC-TR7E-z5, "Aqueous film forming foam treatability', ¢ivil and Environmental Engineering Development Office, Tyndall AFB, FL, 1978.
Chan, D.B. Civil Engineering Laboratory Technical Memorandum No. M-54-78-06, "Disposal of Wastewater Containing Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF), The U.S. Civil Engineering Laboratory, Port Hueneme, CA. 1978
E.G.&G. Bionomics. 1978. Toxicity of selected effluents from the U.S. Navy firefighting school, Norfolk, VA, to embryos of eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica), Marine Research Lab, Project No. H32-25O0. Pensacola, Fla.
Taylor, D. W. 1977. Discharging aqueous film forming foam (AFFF) to harbor waters during tests of machinery space fire-fighting foam systems aboard U.S. Navy ships. Candidate environmental impact statement. Naval Ship Research and Development Center for Naval Sea Systems Command.
Laughlin, R., H. E. Guard, R. Heckly, J. Quay, and W. M. Coleman, III. 1980. Studies of mutagenicity of aqueous film-forming foams (AFFF) and of toxicity of AFFF and AFFF mixed with water-soluble fractions of jet fuel (JP4), Naval Biosciences Laboratory, Naval Supply Center, Technical Progress Report 56-1. Oakland, Calif.
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