Hand-wound Complete dial watches, with a Belfast Grey pad-printed brass face, reference watches made for the American military by Waltham, and for the railways by companies including Universal Geneve and Longines. The outer track shows minutes and seconds, with dashes at each index, and a two-digit marker at the 5s. Stepped in from that are even-numbered hour markers, filled with egg yolk yellow paint, and spaced with spots at the odd-numbers hours. The inner ring shows odd-numbered PM hours in 24-hour military format. The dial is signed below 12 o’clock, with the handwinder arrow logo above 6 o’clock. The special edition A.R.P black-out case has been vapour coated, and houses a Japanese-made Miyota hand wound 17 jewel movement. The black nylon NATO strap is fitted with matching black stainless steel hardware, and the watch is packaged in a special edition dark map box.