Definition of incapacitating agent

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incapacitating agent

'incapacitating agent' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A chemical agent, which produces temporary disabling conditions which (unlike those caused by riot control agents) can be physical or mental and persist for hours or days after exposure to the agent has ceased'.

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