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A member of Colombia's Urban Counter-Terrorism Special Forces Group, during training exercises

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Member of Colombia's Agrupación de Fuerzas Especiales Antiterroristas Urbanas (Spanish: 'Urban Counter-Terrorism Special Forces Group', AFEUR) during training exercises. He wears the new four-colour Pixelado 'digital' camouflage pattern, which was introduced in 2007. [Image: Wikipedia.]

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