Hamilton: Army Watch Pride, Times Pioneer

The most brilliant page in Hamilton’s history is undoubtedly the military watch career of World War II. During the Second World War, Hamilton stopped the civilian production line and made all-out production of military watches. In a short period of three years, he produced more than 1 million sea, air, and air force timers for the US and allied forces, contributing his own strength to the victory of World War II. After the war, the United States Department of the Treasury awarded Hamilton the glorious ‘Minuteman Award’. Decades later, the production of military watches has gradually decreased, but the solid, strong, durable and reliable spirit embodied in military watches has been incorporated into the brand’s DNA. The 2011 Khaki Pioneer series is a replica of the Royal Air Force’s aviation military watch since the 1940s and 1950s. Coin pattern, anti-magnetic soft iron, snake-eye pointer and other pure aviation elements and the 2011 new H31 movement Hamilton by Hamilton: military watch pride, pioneer of the times
    In 2011, Hamilton continued its consensus with Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford in the field of biodiversity conservation, and in the third year cooperated with the world’s largest diversity conservation organization, Conservation International. The Champagne dial model from the Pioneer series reproduced from the military watch is named the International Automatic Chronograph. The new watch has all the outstanding features of the Pioneer series, and the back cover is engraved with the Harrison Ford Signature and Protection International logo. The sale of this watch will have a fixed portion donated to ‘Conservation International’. Such watches are sold in unlimited quantities, which means the protection of the earth and never ends.