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  • Air Force Trademark and Licensing office showcases program

    Two columns of patriotic balloons stood post as the U.S. Air Force Trademark and Licensing personnel educated thousands of spectators at the 2011 U.S. Patent and Trademark National Trademark Exposition Oct. 14 at the USPTO headquarters building."The Air Force trademark and licensing program helps protect the integrity of Air Force marks though
  • First Air Force Indy Car gets ready to race

    The first Air Force-themed Indy race car debuts Sunday at Long Beach, Calif., courtesy of Luczo Dragon Racing - owners of race car no. 2.Luczo Dragon Racing, corporately-sponsored by Seagate Corporation, will display the Air Force Symbol during the 2009 race season, including the Indy 500. "The Air Force jumped on the opportunity to promote the
  • Air Force identity, symbol in transition

    As the Air Force continues its transition to the expeditionary aerospace force, it is focusing its identity to help with recruiting and retention in the new millennium. As part of this effort, officials said they are working to establish a single, compelling theme and symbol to represent the Air Force to its members and the public. "We want to
  • Air Force Symbol now official

    The Air Force symbol became official May 5, four years to the day from when the service first applied for trademark protection. "I'm proud our symbol is now an official part of our heritage," said Air Force Chief of Staff General John P. Jumper. "It represents our storied past and links our 21st Century Air Force to our core values and
  • HISTORICAL: Air Force identity, symbol in transition

    As the Air Force continues its transition to the expeditionary aerospace force, it is focusing its identity to help with recruiting and retention in the new millennium. As part of this effort, officials said they are working to establish a single, compelling theme and symbol to represent the Air Force to its members and the public. "We want to
  • Welcome to the Air Force Trademark and Licensing Program

    The Air Force Trademark and Licensing Program Office manages private and commercial use of Air Force Symbol, the Air Force Coat of Arms and the 'Hap Arnold' Wings - all of which are offical trademarks of the U.S. Air Force. This website is a resource for downloading graphics, applying for a license and learning the rules for symbol usage. The use
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