Definition of surprise dosage attack

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surprise dosage attack

'surprise dosage attack' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) A chemical operation which establishes on target a dosage sufficient to produce the desired casualties before the troops can mask or otherwise protect themselves'.

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