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Jargon or slang relating to the military.

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Merriam-Webster It seems to show up in military material as a term similar to disability for civilians. For example: DA PAM 135-381 (Incapacitation of Reserve Component Soldiers Processing … Procedures) defines Incapacitation (INCAP) as a physical disability due to injury, illness, or disease that prevents the performance of military duties, or which prevents the Soldier from returning to the …
answered May 14 '15 by jxh