Special reaction team

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Soldiers from the 42nd Military Police Detachment's Special Reaction Team pull security on a bus that was taken hostage by terrorists during an anti-terrorism exercise at Fort Bragg, 2005.
A USMC Military Police Special Reaction Team, using the MP5-N

A Special Reaction Team (SRT) is a specialized team or element within law enforcement units of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps, to respond to high risk situations within a military base or compound.[1]

The teams are military equivalents of civilian police department SWAT teams, and receive their training at U.S. Army Military Police School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.[2][3]

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