The logo contest is in full swing, and we’ve received a smattering of entries that run the gamut. Thank you to all who have submitted their entries so far, and we’re looking forward to the creativity of those who are yet to apply.
We’re accepting entries until Labor Day (September 2, 2013) so there’s still time to put your creativity and ingenuity to work and make your stamp on naval history.
Here are two examples of the entries we’ve received:
This submission from Robert Moose contains three images in the middle; a diver helmet, a signal light, and an electronic disk, that represent traditional naval information activities under the sea, on the surface, and above the water.
This entry from Tim Armentrout utilizes an Arleigh Burke class destroyer to symbolize the strength, versatility, and technological advancements of the Navy, and a silhouette of a sailor to evoke a sense of dedication by Sailors past and present.
It’s been said that writing history is more important than making history… and that a picture is worth a thousand words. We’re not math whizzes, but if there’s truth in these sayings then YOUR entry could really rock the naval history boat – err, ship.
For complete rules and information visit our website: http://www.history.navy.mil/logocontest.html and we look forward to seeing what YOU come up with!