Thank you so much!! Some of the things you pointed out were some of the same things I noticed!!! Thank youNo. A fake. Redial, for one. Fake engraving on the ratchet wheel. On top of that, the movement looks like some derivative of the AS 984 with altered bridge design, and Rolex has never used the 984 or its derivatives. For that matter, I don't think they have ever used a single movement from A. Schild.
Another fake. The movement, again, has nothing to do with Rolex- it's not by Aegler, Alpina, Gruen, FHF or any known suppliers to Rolex. The dial is repainted and relumed, the hands are wrong, the ATP military markings are fake. Besides, no ATP-spec watch would have a non-waterproof case with a press-in back.