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J. R. , the president’s special assistant for science and technology, regarding BW preparedness. He concluded: “The Chemical Corps has no directives authorizing it to develop weapons and operational doctrines; only to do R&D in BW. ”123 Almost a year later, another devastating report was sent to Killian on management problems within the DOD, including those affecting CBW: “A special management problem is raised by single Service support of programs that are clearly of tri-Service interest . . ”124 By the end of the Eisenhower administration, preparedness still lagged.

116 By 1953 only two BW munitions were available: the M33 antipersonnel bomb and the M115 anticrop bomb. 119 Reports on preparedness differed significantly by agency. The CmlC touted its achievements and trumpeted its imminent successes. In a report delivered in July 1953 it listed its progress during fiscal year 1953: standardization of two anticrop agents, bomb development, and advances in anticrop spray devices. 120 The Joint Strategic Plans Committee (JSPC) did not agree. Asked to evaluate CBW readiness in light of the goals set by the Stevenson Report, it delivered a devastating verdict in 32 John Ellis van Courtland Moon August 1953, stressing the failure in biological warfare preparedness: “The desired degree of success .

The following agents were tested: Francisella tularensis, Serratia marcescens, Escherichia coli, Bacillus globii, staphylococcal enterotoxin Type B, Puccinia graminis var. tritici (stem rust of wheat), and simulants. Agents and simulants were usually discharged in aerosol form from disseminators, bomblets, or spray tanks. Monkeys were used as test subjects. 91 Ironically, given the rather cavalier approach to testing simulants in urban areas, a good deal of sensitivity was shown in the Pacific Ocean operations.

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