Here are a few from Bremont of Military related watches...
Thanks to Chris for sending us this picture taking his new Bremont CH47 watch operational at first light.
Lt Col Jon "Bowz" Bowser shows off his Bremont C-17 in front it's namesake--the mighty Boeing C-17 Globemaster. Thanks Bowz for checking in!
A good friend of Bremont, Tom Rotem, takes flight with Nick in the 1954 MH. 1521M Broussard. Tom is currently at the Harvard School of Business in the US. Tom is wearing the new Bremont S2000 and also owns the Bremont IAFDT military edition.
A Bremont RS-30 on the wrist of a U2 driver. This elite aviator has also flown the F-16 and piloted a drone so secret we can't mention it by name. He's not your typical pilot, but then again, Bremont is not your typical watch brand. Thanks "Burbank"! Fly safe!
Bremont provides them with an extra long nylon strap...no extra charge of course!
Some US Air Force military fans of Bremont stopped by for a visit at Couture in Las Vegas. They created quite the buzz! Let's just say the other watch brands were a bit jealous! — with Richard Sweeten. Forum member Nemo
We have added some amazing photos of the Bremont CH-47 being assembled. Please have a look at the CH-47 photo album.
A Bremont B-52 enjoys some beach time on Lake Meade, NV USA. In the background is an HU-16 Albatross from the Test Pilot School at Edwards AFB, CA that just made a landing there. Very cool. Thanks, Kris.
The Bremont U-2 Squadron edition at altitude. And when we say altitude, we mean ALTITUDE!
Another great shot from a Bremont C-17 owner in front of the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA USA. Gives a great look at the 24 ICAO identifiers for C-17 landing fields around the world. Thanks for sending, John!
One of Mine on my G1..ATG
A pilot with VFA-32, the Fighting 32, shows off his Bremont MB2. Pilots choose Bremont because they need a robust timepiece that can handle the extreme environment of a fighter cockpit. The MB2 has been thoroughly tested by ejection seat maker Martin Baker, so it is a natural choice for naval aviators.