The logo contest is in full swing, and weâ€™ve received a smattering of entries that run the gamut. Thank you to all who have submitted their entries so far, and weâ€™re looking forward to the creativity of those who are yet to apply.
Weâ€™re accepting entries until Labor Day (September 2, 2013) so thereâ€™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 weâ€™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.
Â 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.
Itâ€™s been said that writing history is more important than making history… and that a picture is worth a thousand words. Weâ€™re not math whizzes, but if thereâ€™s truth in these sayings then YOUR entry could really rock the naval history boat â€“ 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!