The watch features sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating to ensure highest at-a-glance visibility level, and PVD (physical vapor deposition) treated case, bezel and stainless steel bracelet, giving a 2,300-3,000Hv hardness that's stronger than hard metal and high abrasion resistance.
Following the success of the original 3400 series, a second version of this series, the 6400 series, was created.
Retaining the exact high performance specifications, the 6400 series has a larger, bolder, more angular look to evoke the flavor of the stealth jet, striking a stronger profile in a 45mm stainless steel case.
First stealth aircraft in the world, ground-attack aircraft of the U.S. Air Force used mainly in night missions.
Christened "Nighthawk" due to its black painted body.
Design and development undertaken by the famed Skunk Works team of Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Programs.
Incorporating a passive radar system that uses infrared sensor to detect ground targets, it is reported to have a above 90% hit rate. Flew close to 1,300 sorties during the Gulf War without a single loss.
This pictorial book is a history of the F-117 Night Hawk Stealth Fighter containing over 400 color photographs. It is a Roll Call of the F-117 with individual history and photos of each F-117.
In addition the book includes a short program history; operating locations and air force bases, production sites associated with the F-117; F-117 Units, F-117 aircraft, and information and photos of the A-7 and T-38 aircraft used to support the F-117 program.
Though the photos cover the full history of the F-117 program, many of the photos were taken in the last two years at bases including Holloman AFB, Nellis AFB, and Edwards AFB.
The most in-depth Stealth fighter book that follows the development, operation, technology, testing, and history of the F-117 Nighthawk.
A special section details F-117 combat operations in Panama and the Gulf War.
From its secret origins in the classified Have Blue and Senior Trend programs, to the technical marvels it uses to mask its radar signature, the authors take you into the darkness for a close-up look at the aircraft that forever changed the face of air power.
Includes exciting narratives from the pilots who flew the first raids over Baghdad to the first test pilots who flew the aircraft over the deserts of Nevada.