Bremont has announced its partnership with Britain's Ministry of Defense with its new Armed Forces collection. The company will be allowed to use the signs, symbols, and Heraldic Badges of all three services: the Royal Navy, British Army, and the Royal Air Force. Our favorite style of the collection is the 40mm Broadsword (left), which is inspired by the classic 'Dirty Dozen' watches issued to soldiers during the second World War.
The watch will feature a chronometer rated BE-95-2AV automatic with a 38-hour power reserve, a sanded and polished two-piece MoD case, and a 20mm khaki green sailcloth strap. The collection will also feature a 42mm chronograph, a naval inspired design called the Argonaut, and this marks the first time that civilians are permitted to purchase official military timepieces.