Is it durable?
Is it durable?
Pilots....in every Service they are the same! Nice Omegas!
Is it me or do there seem to be a lot of classified locations in SE Asia?
US Army 1990 - 99...US Defense Contractor from 2005 - 09...wore the Suunto Vector and Kobold SMG-1 Tac pictured here.
Now a days I still have the Kobold...but am wearing the Deep Blue M2K GMT as an everyday piece...
KOBOLD SMG-1 Tactical / ROLEX SUB 16610 / Zenton M45/ STEINHART Ocean 1Blk / Casio King G-shock
"Blessed are the Fallen Peacemakers"
Very cool thread. Love the variety.
"When as a child I laughed and wept, time crept. When as a youth I waxed more bold, time strolled. When I became a full-grown man, time RAN. When older still I daily grew, time FLEW. Soon I shall find, in passing on, time gone. O Christ! wilt Thou have saved me then? Amen." - Henry Twells
Seiko SUMO SBDC001 | Tissot Visodate 1957 Heritage T019.430.16.031.01 | Casio SGW-100b | Casio GW-M5610BC
Hey guys(especially you RANGER)..I wanted to keep this thread active because I have noticed more & more young service members joining WUS & becoming active on the forums..As a matter of fact the Deep Blue pictured below is on it's way to the Pacific,where a young Marine on his maiden sea tour is waiting patiently for his first "REAL"watch(his words)...He promised to post pics of the watch in exotic locals so look for it in the dive forum... As for Myself, I lied about my age,forged my father the preachers signature & joined the U.S.Army at 17(back in '77 they were just glad to have recruits so they never checked & I was real close to 18 anyway)...Straight from boot to dive school at NAS Key West & then to Ft.Eustis,Va.for my first post..Never wore a watch on the water & we always had a tender or dive super to track our dive time...In the late 80's tensions around the world were pretty high thanks to Ronnie & I found myself TDY all over the planet(especially the Med & Carrib)where I would be dumped off ship with 3 other divers for HOURS at a time, all of the sudden a watch seamed like a good idea... I picked up a digital seiko at the PX & wore that all through the 80's..In 1990 SadMan Insane(our pet name for Sadam Hussien)started some crap in the MED & I found myself once again TDY doing hull inspections & a little U/W Mapping along some of the coastline..Perfect timing as a young startup watch company had a new watch on the market with some amazing newfangled lume technology called Tritium...So I grabed one of the new Luminox Navy Seal watches & it followed me faithfully for 10+years...I retired in 2001 just before the Sept.11 ATTACKS & really was'nt into watches until I saw my first Orange Monster in '04..I now mostly desk dive but I still shoot a lot & since I'm semi retired(not so much lately though)I have been known to disappear into the desert or forest for days at a time,when I do the L/T will be going with me..
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It used to be my Breitling Aerospace Advantage LE intermingled with the rest of my collection. Now it's going to be this new Bremont Alt1-Z LE at the expense of all others for quite some time!
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