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    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. The SEK is the special response team of Germanys state police force and typically deploys in high-risk situations, such as bank robberies, hostage takings and the arrest of armed and dangerous fugitives. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)




    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)




    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leaves the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leave the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




    A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leaves the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


    Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leave the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)


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SEK Elite Police Demonstrate Helicopter Abseil


Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, demonstrate an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. The SEK is the special response team of Germanys state police force and typically deploys in high-risk situations, such as bank robberies, hostage takings and the arrest of armed and dangerous fugitives. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)




A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, packs up his equipment after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)




A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leaves the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leave the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event




A Member of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leaves the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event


Members of Germanys elite police unit, the Spezialeinsatzkommando, or SEK, leave the building after demonstrating an abseil deployment from a helicopter during a media event on March 20, 2012 in Minden, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Starke/Getty Images)


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