1967 5513; 1.64 mill: I acquired the watch from the original owner, a special forces Marine (Force Recon) from 1951-1971. He purchased the watch new at NAS Atsugi in 1968, where by coincidence I was born 7 years prior (my Dad was a career naval aviator... carrier-based attack pilot from 1949-75). The watch was worn on combat missions, air-based insertions, and even when the marine was inserted via a submarine torpedo tube! Years later when sailing around the world on a 29' sailboat some thugs in Africa mistook him for an elderly tourist (he was in his 60s) and attempted to steal the watch. In his ever so understated way of talking he merely said "they didn't get the watch"!
The 5513 retains its original faded dial (nice brown patina which I was not really able to capture due to my poor photography skills), patina-ed hands, and bezel insert. It also still fitted with its original old style superdome (must have been replaced at some point). He had it serviced several times; in each case sending it all the way to Switzerland for the work.
In any event, I am proud to wear this watch now and every time I look down at it, I think of all the stories this watch could tell