64-91 US VIETNAM DESERT STORM MILITARY WATCHES

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MILITARY WATCHES USA

MILITARY WATCHES USA ORDINANCE ISSUE MIL-W-3118 MIL-W-4637

3118 specifications pdf                        4637 specifications pdf

milspec-mil-w-46374f.PDF            MIL-W-3818B_Sepcifications.pdf

BULOVA PROTESTS THE BENRUS AWARD OF MILITARY WATCH CONTRACT VIETNAM ISSUE

L-W-46374 (published10/30/1964)




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Benrus na 6645-952-3767 PLA 7 j MEC 1966-1969


Belforte na 6645-952-3767 PLA 7 j MEC 1965 Benrus

MIL-W-46374A (published 9/10/1968)




Maker
Type
FSN/NSN
Case
Movement
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Notes:


Benrus na 6645-00-952-3767 PLA 7 j MEC 1970-1976


Westclox na 6645-00-952-3767 PLA Seiko MEC 1970


Hamilton na 6645-00-952-3767 CRM 7 j MEC 1970 – 1975(?) Australian Army

Hamilton na 6645-00-952-3767 CRM 7 j MEC 1972-1975 US Issue; Part No. 39988

MIL-W-46374B (published 5/7/1975)




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FSN/NSN
Case
Movement
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Hamilton na 6645-00-952-3767 CRM 7j MEC 1977-1983 Part no. 39988

Timex na 6645-00-952-3767 PLA Timex #24 MEC 1982 Limited distribution

MIL-W-46374C (published 4/15/1983)




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Type
FSN/NSN
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Movement
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Stocker & Yale na 6645-00-952-3767 PLA 1 j MEC 1983-1984 SandY 184

MIL-W-46374D (published 10/10/1986)




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Type
FSN/NSN
Case
Movement
Dates
Notes:


Stocker & Yale Type 2 6645-00-952-3767 PLA 1 j MEC 1984-1986 SandY 184A

Marathon Type 2 6645-00-952-3767 PLA MEC 1990 Model 348

Hamilton Type 1 6645-00-066-4279 CRM 17j MEC HCK 1988 39986; Hamilton

MIL-W-46374E (published 5/31/1989)




Maker
Type
FSN/NSN
Case
Movement
Dates
Notes:


Marathon Type 2 6645-01-304-4308 PLA 17j MEC 1991 Mod. 348A; tritium vials introduced

Stocker & Yale Type 1 6645-00-066-4279 PLA 17j MEC HCK 1991 SandY 490; tritium vials

MIL-W-46374F (published 10/14/1991)

Maker Type FSN/NSN Case Movement Dates Notes:

Marathon Type 1 6645-00-066-4279 PLA 17j MEC HCK 199?- 2000 Model 348 A
Marathon Type 2 6645-00-952-3767 PLA ??j mech 1997 Model 359
Marathon Type 3 6645-01-318-9833 PLA QTZ HCK 199? Model 350A
Marathon Type 6 6645-01-364-4042 PLA QTZ HCK 1997 – 2001 Model 211, Navigators
Stocker & Yale Type 1 6645-00-066-4279 PLA 17j MEC HCK 1993-199? SandY 490; ETA 2801 movement
Stocker & Yale Type 3 6645-01-252-6705 PLA QTZ HCK 199? SandY 590
Stocker & Yale Type 6 6645-01-364-4042 PLA QTZ HCK 1995-2000 P650 Navigators
Stocker & Yale Type 6 6645-01-364-4042 STS QTZ HCK 1995-1998 P660 Navigators

MIL-PRF-46374G (published 12/11/1999)


Maker Type FSN/NSN Case Movement Dates Notes:

Marathon Type III Cl. 1 6645-01-364-4042 PLA QTZ HCK 2003-

Model 211, Navigators mfg. # WW 194001

Marathon Type I Cl. 4 6645-01-304-4308 PLA MEC HCK 2004-

WW 194003

Marathon Type I Cl. 1 6645-01-318-9833 PLA QTZ HCK 2003-

WW 194004


Case designations: PLA = plastic, CRM = corrosion resistant metal; STS = stainless steel . Movement designations: ## j = number of jewels; QTZ = electronic quartz mvt, MEC =manual wind mechanical mvt.; HCK = hacking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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US ARMY SPECIFICATION NO. 94-27834-B, dated FEBRUARY 22, 1943 – WATCH, NAVIGATION, TYPE A-11 (HACK):

F. METHOD OF INSPECTION AND TESTS:

F-5. Individual Tests.- Each watch shall be subject to the following tests:

F-5a. Room Temperature Rate Test – Horizontal Position. – The watch shall be fully wound and run for one day to allow it to settle down. The daily rate of the watch then shall be determined for a period of 3 consecutive days with the watch in a horizontal position with the dial up and with a daily winding. The average of the daily rates during the test period shall not exceed 30 seconds.

F-5b. Room Temperature Rate Test – Vertical Position. – The daily rate of the watch shall be determined for a period of 3 consecutive days with the watch in a vertical position, with the pendant down and with daily winding. The average of the daily rates during the test period shall not exceed 30 seconds. The difference between the average daily rate obtained in this test, and in the test specified in Paragraph F-5a, shall not exceed 45 seconds.

F-6. Routine Type Test. – The following tests, in addition to those specified in Paragraph F-5, shall be applied to not less than 5 watches selected at random from each hundred or fraction thereof that are contracted for.

F-6a. Plus 35 Degrees Centigrade (Plus 95 Degrees Fahrenheit) Temperature Rate Test – Pendant Down Position.- The watch shall be fully wound and then subjected to a temperature of plus 35 degrees Centigrade (plus 95 degrees Fahrenheit) for a period of 5 hours. During this period, the daily rate of the watch shall not differ more than 20 seconds from the average daily rate obtained in the test specified in Paragraph F-5b. (In order to arrive at the correct figure for the rate allowance for the temperature test, the error noted for the 5-hour period shall be multiplied by 4.8 in order to determine the rate for 24 hours).

F-6b. Zero Degrees Centigrade (Plus 32 Degrees Fahrenheit)- Temperature Rate Test – Pendant Down Position. – The watch shall be tested as descrived in Paragraph F-6a, except that the watch shall be at a temperature of zero degrees Centigrade (plus 32 degrees Fahrenheit). The daily rate of the watch shall not differ more than 40 seconds from the daily rate obtained in test specified in Paragraph F-5b.

F-6c. Waterproof Test. – The watch shall be suspended above a beaker of water placed in a vacum chamber which shall be evacuated to 5 1/2 inches of mercury (to simulate a condition of 72 inches of water), then the watch shall be immersed for a period of 15 seconds. There shall be no evidence of leakage of water into the watch during the test period. Leakage will appear as bubbles emanating from the back, crystal, or stem of the watch.

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