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I consider these the true "military" watches


normdiaz
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Never an official military watch the Glycine Airman was used extensively by USAF pilots and USN aviators in the 1960's and early 1970's

Here's one I own, a modern interpretation of the 1960's "The Chief" Airman which was marketed as a naval version

 

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