As I wanted to give our British brothers a salute with this 101 Royal Engineer Regiment EOD (Explosive Ordinance Displosal)
watch. I recently installed an official gray G-10 NATO nylon strap:
And, then I wanted to add this TIMEX Expedition military watch, which is currently, officially approved for wear by U.S. Military personnel and by French Military personnel. (FYI: US Military does not issue watches any longer, but will test and approve watches that can be officially worn by combat personnel.)
And not to neglect the U.S. Navy, I'll also wear this Luminox "Navy Seals" diver today, as well:
So, I think I have covered them all: WW2, Korea (similar watches issued), Vietnam, current Middle East conflicts, plus our British brothers and Navy Seals.
GOD BLESS THE TROOPS....AND BRING THEM HOME SAFELY
(U.S. Army '57-'63)