USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

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    Picture USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    I ran into some nice photos on a photojournalists blog who is in Afghanistan....you can see other watches on the blog as well in the field. It's a fascinating blog with excellent photos. The pictures are so great, I'm sure there are many other nice watch photos. He is also embedded with British forces on his blog.

    http://www.michaelyon-online.com/

    Anyhows, on to the watches. You can see some suuntos as well, but we talk Gs here! I'm sure you will all agree Michael Yon's blog is something to check on.

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    wow, way way up.



    cool suunto clip on compass! That would be cool for diving.






    Cool Pedro patch.




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    This medic is a raiders fan and has two watches?


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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    Sweet shots!!! I just picked one of those G's up myself from Amazon!!

    Thanks for sharing
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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    Great photos thanks for sharing


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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    great pix

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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    AWESOME!!! Thanks.

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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    outstanding! love these and your previous series of G-Shocks doing thier part to keep us safe

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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    The classic 6600
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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    What model is that in the third pic where he is putting on the glove? I was EOD and spent a lot of time training with the PJs.
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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    Quote Originally Posted by crock921 View Post
    what model is that in the third pic where he is putting on the glove? I was eod and spent a lot of time training with the pjs.
    That is a DW-6600.
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    Re: USAF Pararescue ("Pedro") Gshock

    It's because of your pictures that I got a 6600! Wonderful to see them in action, folks putting their life on the line!

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