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Seven years after the first advisors arrived in Vietnam and 4 years before combat units landed the U.S. military put out the call for its first combat dive watch. The unknown Tornek-Rayville beat out all the major U.S. watch companies, including Bulova, which was headed by the well connected General Omar Bradley (Ret.), to win the privilege of supplying the U.S. special forces units their first purpose built combat dive watch. The first TR-900s were delivered in 1963 and served with special forces units including, among others, Marine Force Recon, MACV-SOG and the Navy SEALs, during the Vietnam War. The TR-900 is our legacy. Tornek-Rayille didn't end with Vietnam, we have only just begun. Welcome to the future of Tornek-Rayville. Tornek-Rayville today seeks to operate as it was founded: providing high performing tools and goods that are durable and reliable in extreme environments. Tornek-Rayville’s internal operations are split into two symbiotic units, the National Integrated Research & Development Department and Sea Point Applied Research. Each provides a contrasting yet critical perspective to developing, refining, and evolving any and all tools and goods that meet TR’s lofty standards.

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