a special squad of law-enforcement or military officers trained for quick raids in violent or dangerous situations; also called [swat squad]
SWAT 'special weapons and tactics'
Their customers vary from swat team members to Realtors, filmmakers to disaster relief workers.
On a more honorable note, the two explain how disaster-relief workers and swat team members are using the technology for good.
A swat team converged on the rectory, which is less than a mile from the town square.
swat team Outside Student Center Dec. 8, 2011 2:59 PM swat teams and officers are combing the campus, which is on lockdown.
The campus was locked down, a swat team began searching buildings, and some students had to be evacuated.
In other words, don't expect a swat team of smart, autonomous Terminator robots to go bounding into the building.
A robotics expert tells Dan Lyons they'll be used soon—but don't expect a swat team of smart, autonomous Terminators.
A swat team entered the building an hour later to remove victims and witnesses reported hearing an explosion inside the temple.
A police unit wearing military-like uniforms and using military assault weapons on assignments requiring extraordinary coordination and force: When the terrorists took over the whole building, the commissioner sent in the SWAT team
[1969+; fr acronym of special weapons and tactics used as a modifier]