The movement is beautifully decorated with Cote de Geneve on all the bridges and perlage on the base plate.Performance is not to bad, but letting a watch run in this kind of dirt will wear the movement down.I remove the movement from the front of the case.I remove the hands one by one as they are so large.The dial removed shows more nice perlage decoration on the dial side of the base plate. Almost unbelievable to think this was military equipment.I have removed the central seconds cock, pinion and the intermediate wheel that is pressed on the pivot of the third wheel and engages with the seconds pinion.Here you can see the hacking lever mechanism.Here you can see how dirty the movement really is.Here you can see the remains of old oil that has solidified, this stuff is too tough for the cleaning machine to remove.The solution is some good old pegwood to clean the jewel.Here you can see I have removed the barrel bridge.I now remove the setting mechanism.I will reuse the old mainspring after cleaning it, as it is still good.The movement fully taken apart and cleaned.The mainspring is clean and back in the barrel.I have put the barrel back in place together with the barrel bridge.Now the bridge for the centre wheel and third wheel is in place.I fit the winding mechanism into place. I have also put the cap jewels for the escape wheel and balance back in place.A nice feature is that both the forth wheel and escape wheel have separate cocks.Now the movement is back together and ticking as it should.Dial Up.Crown up.Crown Right.Crown LeftCrown downDial down.The movement is ready for the dial.The Luminous compound on the hands is falling apart and on the minute hand you can see a large crack along the middle.We agree with Anders that the best way to preserve the hands is to apply a thin layer of new compound on the back of the hands. This prevents the compound from falling apart and is not visible to the naked eye.Here the movement goes back in the case with dial and hands in place.This movement looks as good as it performs.I have got to say even though I’m not a huge fan of military watches, I love the functional look of this watch. Andres wanted to keep the watch as original as possible and decided to keep the old crystal.The case back has properly stamped military markings.With approval from Anders here is a wrist shot to truly sow the dimensions of this beast!