GSG-9 operates as the special government police force of the German military - dealing in counter-terrorism and special operations.
GSG-9 (GrenzSchutzGruppe 9) is a special forces counter-terrorism service of the German government. The group was formed on April 17th, 1973 and features approximately 250 personnel under the authority of the German Government and its Federal Police. The group is specially-trained in counter-terrorism tactics and weaponry and serves in a variety of roles that include clandestine operations, VIP protection and embassy protection. Its organization involves airborne, maritime, and training forces as well as frontline land units and technical specialists.
There are a total of [ 19 ] GSG9 German Special Police Weapons entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Listing includes all past and present arms.
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