This watch fob commemorates the U.S. Naval Academy’s 12-4 victory over the U.S. Military Academy in the 1892 Army-Navy Game, a hard-fought contest played before a no-doubt disappointed home-field crowd at West Point on 10 December 1892. This particular fob was awarded to one of Navy’s key footballers of that era, a tackle who was so fearless and aggressive in throwing himself headlong into opposing players that he earned the nickname “Bull.” The moniker would stick throughout his storied Navy career—for he was none other than the future Admiral Joseph M. “Bull” Reeves, aka “the Father of Carrier Aviation,” aka commander-in-chief of the U.S. Fleet. (He factors into the story beginning on page 54 in this issue.) The artifact is part of a hoard of Reeves memorabilia—including all of his medals, swords, and epaulets, and an illustrious career’s worth of mementos—in the collection of the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida.