Here is a large Omega Air Ministry Pilot’s Navigator watch measuring a hefty 36mm in stainless steel and a chunky 12.5mm thick. This Omega is known as the Air Ministry watch. “The A.M.” is stamped on the rear case and is the 3814th watch issued in 1956. These watches were initially produced in the 1940s for WW2 but were then re-cased by the Canadian (and British) military. The dials were sometimes re-done by the military and issued again in the 1950s as this one was for the Canadian military. Note the large, easy-to-read white dial with bold black Arabic numerals. This particular watch was just purchased from the original owner who was a Flight Navigator for the RCAF (Royal Canadian Air Force). The huge steel case is all original (unsigned) with the correct Air Military markings. The dial is the original air-force issue. The Omega caliber 30T2SC is known as one of the best movements ever produced by Omega; this one was just cleaned, overhauled and is keeping accurate time. Note the original 1940s spade blued steel hands.