The Class of Processes where the agent brings about a situation where the patient no longer functions normally or as intended.
||arson||An act where an agent sets something which it does not possess on fire in order to destroy it or its contents.|
| ||bombing||An act of Destruction where the thing destroyed is destroyed by means of an explosive device.|
| ||ClosingGraphicalWindow||A UserSignifiedAction causing an InterfaceWindow on a ComputerScreen to stop being displayed.|
| ||killing||The subclass of Destruction in which the death of an Organism is caused by an Organism. Note that in cases of suicide the Organism would be the same in both cases.|
| ||precise destruction||These are operations in which collateral damage must be minimized, requiring highly sophisticated weapons and/or timed detonation of specific amounts of explosives placed in exact locations to accomplish mission objectives. Precision destruction operations can be conducted against targets where precision-guided munitions cannot guarantee first strike success or when the contents of a facility must be destroyed without damage to that facility.|
| ||vandalism||An event where the objective of the agent is to damage or destroy some property of another agent. This is distinguished from acts where the prime objective is damage or loss of life of another agent.|