Thread: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

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    Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    G shock on active duty at Coronado.

    Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Thompson explains details of a sniper rifle to major league baseball players Albert Pujols and Ryan Franklin during a tour of Naval Special Warfare facilities. Pujols and Ryan were two of five players from the St. Louis Cardinals who visited while in the area for a four-game series against the San Diego Padres. US navy picture.

    Apologies to luminox, MTM special ops, Jaeger Le Coulture, misc "seal watches", et al.


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    Last edited by Peahi; August 24th, 2009 at 22:06.

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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    thank for sharing.......
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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Awesome! Reminds me of one of my favorite pics.

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    A man with two watches is never quite sure.

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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Nice.
    Couple of watches here and there


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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Can anyone make out which model it is? I'm not sure I can....

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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    DW-6600, possibly.


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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Wow, these photos are great! Makes me proud to wear G-Shock!!!

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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    My guess is DW-6600 as well. I have mine on as I type this.
    Last edited by Jeff Caldwell; August 25th, 2009 at 03:46. Reason: mistake

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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Great Pics!!
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    Re: Real life US Navy Seal watch in use...No Luminox, No MTM special ops content here!

    Quote Originally Posted by crew View Post
    Awesome! Reminds me of one of my favorite pics.

    dude trying to say " its a G, its freakin AWESOME !!!!!! "
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