0063 – Victorinox Hiker (21st TSC Retention SGM)

This is a red 91mm Victorinox Hiker with metal emblem “Compliments of 21st TSC Retention SGM”.

The emblem refers to the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, which is part of US Army Europe.

external links: SAK Wiki   21st TSC (Wikipedia)   21st TSC (website)   USAEUR (Wikipedia)

0055 – Victorinox Rambler (Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)

This is a black 58mm Rambler with the flag of the United States Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a signature of Joseph Ralston, who occupied this position from 1996 to 2000.

external links: SAK Wiki

0054 – Victorinox Bijou SD (President of the United States)

This is a 58mm black Bijou SD with on the front side the signature of former President George Bush senior and on the back side the seal of the President of the United States.

external links: SAK Wiki

0053 – Victorinox Bijou SD (Vice President of the United States)

This is a 58mm black Bijou SD with on the front side the signature of former Vice President Dan Quayle, and on the back side the seal of the Vice President of the United States.

external links: SAK Wiki

0052 – Victorinox Spartan (US Navy)

This is a blue 91mm Spartan with a metal inlay seal of the United States Department of the Navy on the front.

external links: SAK Wiki

0051 – Victorinox Spartan (US Navy)

This is a blue 91mm Spartan with the official seal of the United States Department of the Navy printed on the front.


The seal of the United States Department of the Navy

external links: SAK Wiki

0047 – Victorinox Minichamp I (US Air Force)

This is a blue 58mm Minichamp I with United States Air Force seal on the front, instead of the Victorinox Shield. As far as I know the US Air Force Classic is the only “official” Victorinox knife with US Air Force logo, so I think this Minichamp is a modification someone made. Nevertheless it’s very nice to have!

As said it’s a Minichamp I, meaning it is the Minichamp in it’s original configuration. Later models have a cap lifter with Phillips screwdriver, and a ballpoint pen instead of the toothpick.

external links: SAK Wiki

0041 – Victorinox Classic (US Mission Geneva)

This is a red 58mm Classic with the Great Seal of the United States alongside the text “U.S. Mission Geneva” on the front, instead of the Victorinox Shield.

U.S. Mission Geneva refers to the permanent diplomatic mission of the United States to the United Nations (and other international organizations) in Geneva.

The Great Seal of the United States consists of a bald eagle, holding a bundle of arrows in one claw, and an olive branch in the other. The eagle is looking towards the olive branch. This symbolizes the United States has a strong desire for peace, but will always be ready for war.

Above the bald eagle you see a so called “glory” with in the middle a six pointed star. The observant reader could now be thinking: wait, one six pointed star… this can’t be right ?! That is correct. The original Great Seal doesn’t have one star, it has 13 small stars arranged in the shape of a six pointed star. I don’t know why on the knife it has only one star. I think the metal inlay on the Victorinox scale don’t allow a small enough level of detailing to make 13 individual stars.

external links: SAK Wiki   US Mission in Geneva   Great Seal of the US (Wikipedia)