SWAT teams from across the globe compete in a grueling week long event. This was the 31st annual SWAT Round-Up. The Orlando Sentinel Reported: "The Round-Up started 31 years ago to serve as an outlet for SWAT teams around the world to network, train and share experiences, said David Arnott, an Orlando Police Department SWAT unit member and organizing committee member for the event. Each year, an average of 60 teams participate ? and this year's lineup included international teams from Germany, Kuwait and Hungary as well as teams from Palm Beach, Brevard County, Boston and Los Angeles. The Round-Up ? which began Sunday and spanned the week ? took place at the Orange County Sheriff's Office Firing Range. The competition is made up of events including hostage rescue, officer rescue and obstacle course."
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