This terminal contains a message from Durandal. He explains that you've arrived at Perimeter Station 7AF, which is a Pfhor water treatment facility. Durandal wants to sabotage this plant to give the human troops he deployed on the surface a fighting chance. To this end, he asks you to find a terminal with technical information on the plant.
This terminal contains two messages. When the mission objectives have not yet been achieved, Durandal tells you to access all nearby terminals to find the information he seeks. He also says that the Pfhor navy has arrived, and that he has intercepted a transmission indicating Tycho is in league with the Pfhor.
At the end of the level, Durandal tells you he'll analyze the files you uploaded while he transports you to the next level, which takes place just downriver.
This Pfhor terminal contains transmission logs. A Pfhor engineer requested tools to construct a footpath. However, the engineer's superiors demoted him for working on an unapproved project, because formal approval of the construction project by Lh'owon Command arrived too late. Finally, the now demoted engineer reports completion of his project without the use of the tools he requested.
This is a personal log file of a Pfhor science officer. The physiology and behavior of the native F'lickta are described in detail.
This broadcasted Pfhor message warns personnel to stay away from certain areas because of hostile lifeforms. Additionally, the demotion of the engineer from terminal 7AF.eng.comm is announced.
This terminal contains a schematic of the water treatment plant. The pictured map not only shows the layout of this level, but the next level as well.
This another personal log file created by the Pfhor science officer from terminal cmd: personal log file init. The engineer wants to examine the physiology of Compilers, but all of his requests for information on this topic have been denied because the files are classified. The science officer has taken matter into his own hands, commandeering local Compilers without approval. He can't get at the inner biological parts of the Compilers because they are encased in power armor, so the science office has constructed machines for crushing Compilers; he hopes this will give him the data he seeks.
This Pfhor broadcast message orders patrol units to secure the outer doors, because the doors tend to break down a lot and the F'lickta keep attacking the base. On top of that, some units seems to have gone missing, including a number of Compilers (which were probably taken by the science officer from terminal co0.2c9vklq).
The door of a Pfhor resupply tower has malfunctioned, and Compiler units were teleported in to repair it. However, the Compilers were teleported inside the tower and because the door won't open they're now stuck there. This terminal message is sent by a Pfhor quartermaster, asking station command to send more Compilers. Unhelpfully, the only response he gets from command is an announcement that the tower has been renamed in honor of a fallen warrior.
Marathon Infinity - Level 9: Where Some Rarely Go