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Israeli Air Force Heuer - help with markings

Hi all..

Some time ago I picked up this 510.501 from a dealer in Germany who (allegedly) got the watch from a military watch dealer in Haifa, who alleged that the watch belonged to a pilot.

The markings aren't the usual 'M XXX', but are: 82 AF 180

Does this mean anything to anyone? I've scoured the net with no luck.

As you can see, it has an all white handset, which is usually indicative of Israeli Defense Force watches (ond/or other Heuer mil watches). I have posted over on the MWR (mil watch resource) to see if they can shed any light on what the caseback markings mean.
I thought I'd ask over here to see if anyone had any clue.


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