The GSG 9 is the toughest police force in the world. This is the elite police tactical unit of German Police . The force is considered the most professional police units in the world. The united was formed after 1972 olympics terrorist tragedy. The process of joining is demanding one has to have two years of service as an officer and there after go for rigorous medical , physical and psychological training and then 16 weeks for basic training and 9 weeks specialized training.Only one out 9f 5 applicants go through . The police force has has over 1500 operations and has uses weapons only five times.
Eko Cobra is a elite police unit of Australian ministry of interior.The unit comprises of 450 members ,all of them have trained with some of the most elites force in the world. It's regarded as a paramilitary police force. The unit has been involved in rescues , operations with the army and also shootings .They have special equipments such as Steyr manufactured weapons.
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