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INTRODUCTION

The Royal Marines were created in 1664 and today are the world's most elite amphibious force. A Royal Marine is tested to his limits to prove his worth and to be judged worthy of being awarded a coveted Green Beret.

The limited collection Royal Marines "Heritage" timepiece, with its Swiss movement, stainless steel casing, unique dagger hour hands and official Royal Marines cypher, is an exceptional watch made for exceptional people.

Col&MacArthur is proud to partner the Royal Marines and to make a financial donation to the RMA - The Royal Marines Charity for every watch sold.

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£50 donated to the RMA - The Royal Marines Charity for every watch
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    Duration

    2 years

    Movement

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    Version

    Quartz

    Origin

    Swiss Made

    Type

    Ronda-startech 5030D

    Complication

    Chronograph and date

    Battery

    2 years

    Case

    Diametre

    44mm

    Height

    12mm

    Material

    Stainless Steel SS 316L

    Glass

    Sapphire

    Waterproof

    5 atmosphere

    Bracelet 

    Material

    Option 1 : Leather
    Option 2 : Stainless Steel SS316L

    Color

    Option 1 : Black, Brown or Blue
    Option 2 : Silver or Golden

    Back Cover

    Material

    Stainless Steel SS 316L

    Upper part

    Royal Marines inscription

    Lower part

    Personalized engraving

    INDIVIDUAL COMMANDO SPIRIT

    The four elements of the Commando spirit Courage, Determination, Unselfishness and Cheerfulness in the face of adversity, are well-known to all recruits by the time they complete Commando training. It is these constituents of the 'Commando Spirit' that make each an individual "commando"

    ROYAL MARINES ETHOS

    Individual Commando Spirit + Collective Group Values = Royal Marines Ethos

    WHAT ROYAL MARINES DO

    The Royal Marines are trained for rapid deployment worldwide and capable of dealing with a wide range of threats. The Royal Marines are organised into a light infantry brigade (3 Commando Brigade) and a number of separate units, including 47 Commando (Raiding Group) Royal Marines, and a company strength commitment to the Special Forces Support Group. The Corps operates in all environments and climates, though particular expertise and training is spent on amphibious warfare, Arctic warfare, mountain warfare, expeditionary warfare, and its commitment to the UK's Rapid Reaction Forces.

    ROYAL MARINES HISTORY

    Throughout its history, the Royal Marines have seen action in a number of major "wars" often fighting beside the British Army – including the Seven Years' War, the Napoleonic Wars, the Crimean War, World War I and World War II.

    In recent times the Corps has been largely deployed in expeditionary warfare roles such as the Falklands War, the Gulf War, the Bosnian War, the Kosovo War, the Sierra Leone Civil War, the Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan.

    The Royal Marines have close international ties with allied marine forces, particularly the United States Marine Corps and the Netherlands Marine Corps  Today, the Royal Marines are an elite fighting force within the British Armed forces, having undergone many substantial changes over time.

    ROYAL MARINES SELECTION AND TRAINING

    Royal Marines are required to undergo one of the longest and most physically demanding specialist infantry training regimes in the world. Recruit training lasts for 32 weeks for Marines and 60 weeks for officers. Potential recruits must be aged 16 to 32 (18 to 25 for Commissioned Officers) and must undertake a series of interviews, medical tests, an eye/sight test, psychometric tests and a PJFT (Pre-joining fitness test).