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Figure 4.27. Mounting Conditions.
Section 4D--Community Identification Signs
4.22. Introduction. Community identification signs are used to identify activities and facilities used
for community, recreational, and other non military purposes. These activities are identified with
signs that are different from those used for purely military facilities.
4.23. General Description. While the general character of these signs is the same as the military
identification signs, the background color is different, they do not carry military emblems and they
seldom carry building numbers. The use of commercial and community-related symbols and
logotypes is encouraged to add color and visual interest.
4.24. Types of Signs. There are four types of community signs. The Centralized Facilities Sign,
Type C1, is used to identify large groups of community facilities such as those in the Community
Center or Recreation Center (Figure 4.28). The Community Facilities Sign, Type C2 (Figure 4.29) is
used to identify major facilities such as the Commissary or Base Exchange. The Community
Facilities Sign, Type C3 (Figure 4.30) is used to identify smaller facilities such as the Child Care
Center, Youth Center, or Barber Shop. The Community Building Entry Sign, Type C4 (Figure 4.31)
is used to identify activities that have a specific entry point other than the main entrance of a