Normally a mustard agent dispensed in vapor or liquid form that can be persistent or
A raised bubble or peak-out of surface coat; raised spot or void.
A Break in coating, usually resulting from a crease.
A fold or pleat; doubling of surface that do not adhere to one another and that cannot be
corrected by manual pressure.
An opening made with a sharp edged object.
Surface coat removed, scraped, peeled or otherwise taken away from the cloth;
separation of coating from base cloth; separation of one cloth; separation of one cloth
from another in a plied material.
Fissured surface condition generally due to weathering, light, heat or repeated bending
Embedded foreign matter
Inclusion; foreign matter that on removal leaves an uncoated, or poorly coated area or a
An anticholinesterase compound that effects the nervous system.
An opening of undetermined cause. An area not covered by base cloth and coating
An agglomerate of coating compound. Undiluted coating stock Imbedded foreign
material; surface protrusion usually of the base coating material as distinguished from
embedded foreign material.
A spherical depression, usually of small circumference.
Indentation resulting from shrinkage of cloth. May also be caused by improper tension of
knife dragging during coating.
Cut or torn roughly.
Seam Air Void
A mixture of water and subtropical bleach for use in NBC decontamination procedures.