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AF renews Eagle Crest license to use AF Symbol

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  • Air Force Public Affairs Agency Trademark and Licensing
The Air Force Trademark and Licensing Office has renewed the license of Eagle Crest, granting them continued access to the AF brand as a licensed vendor of Air Force merchandise.

Eagle Crest has been officially licensed by the Air Force since 2009 and offers ball caps, knit caps, coins, dog tags, decals, garments, pins, western hats, license plates and frames, patches and flags that feature the Air Force Symbol and word marks.

The best way for consumers to support the U.S. Air Force when they're purchasing merchandise is to look for the "officially licensed" label on products and only buy from companies holding official licenses.

For that list, visit www.trademark.af.mil/licenseholders/index.asp. For more information on the Air Force Trademark and Licensing program, visit www.trademark.af.mil.