Bremont is adding anew limited-edition piece to its Armed Forces collection with the Broadsword Recon watch. The Broadsword Recon is a contemporary take on the classic "Dirty Dozen" — a series of twelve watches commissioned by the British Ministry of Defence and made by twelve different Swiss makers during WWII. A 40mm stainless steel case encloses an easy-to-read black dial with Arabic numerals and a small second at six o'clock. Power comes from the chronometer-rated BE-95-2AV movement, and Bremont's exclusive partnership with the British Ministry of Defence makes it the only watchmaker allowed to display the heraldry of the three branches on the back of the case. A classic Bremont NATO canvas strap or black rubber and brown leather are optional. Bremont will produce just 200 of the Broadsword Recon models.