militaries have generally focused on nerve and blister agents
It quickly monitors and confirms nerve and blister agent
contamination in personnel, vehicles, equipment and terrain.
ICAM is a hand held post attack device that provides a means of quickly locating the presence of nerve and blister agent
contamination on personnel and equipment in both combat and homeland defense missions.
During World War I, the Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) undertook a secret weapons project to produce the arsenical blister agent
Imagine if the Iraqi army had protected its right flank with a blister agent
during Operation Desert Storm.
Coli, Giardia, and Cryptosporidium, as well as other agents like VX nerve gas, Soman, the blister agent
Lewisite, and the biological agents causing Anthrax, Plague, and Smallpox.
The only problem is these casualties are in various stages of protective posture and covered in blister agent
The Purifier successfully destroyed the nerve agent Soman (GD) as well as the blister agent
About the size and shape of a VHS tape or a hardcover bestselling novel, JCADs sound an alarm and begin to light up if nerve agents such as sarin or blister agents
such as mustard gas are present.
America and South Korea believe that, in fact, North Korea does have significant chemical weapons programme, with stockpiles of munitions containing nerve, choking and blister agents
such as phosgene, hydrogen cyanide, mustard, and sarine.
In addition to CS tear gas, officials believe Agent Orange and blister agents
are still present in Svay Rieng.
They are blood agents, choking agents, blister agents
and nerve agents.