FEBRUARY 6 2003
Figure 4.31. Community Building Entry Type C4.
4.25. Standards for Commercial Firms. These standards also apply to signs for commercial firms
that operate on base. Private signs which do not meet these standards are not permitted.
4.26. Symbols and Logotypes on Community Signs.
4.26.1. Description and Usage. The use of symbols and logotypes on signs identifying
community facilities assists in identification and adds visual interest. (These symbols should
appear in the upper left corner of the sign as shown in Figure 4.32 and in Figure 4.33.) If the
base commander approves the community symbol for use on base, it should be used on the
majority of community signs in order to strengthen the association between the symbol and the
activities and facilities that it identifies. The symbol will have little meaning if it is used on only
one or two signs.
4.26.2. Placement & Colors. They should be placed within a circle as illustrated in Figure 4.32
and should always be black or dark colored on a white or light colored background. The light
colored background should have a Munsell value notation of 5.0 to 10.0. Note that the
community symbol appears directly on the sign face. It is the only symbol that is not placed
within a square.
4.26.3. AAFES Facilities. Facilities run by AAFES will display the registered trademark AAFES
logo as specified in the approved AAFES Graphics Standards Manual .
4.26.4. Independent Organizations. Independent organizations such as the Credit Union, the Post
Office and the Red Cross may display their own symbols. Base-operated facilities such as the