CECOM rolls out a new look
By U.S. Army CECOM Strategic Communications DirectorateJanuary 30, 2020
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. -- The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) introduced its new branding guide to the workforce during a quarterly town hall January 30 at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland.
CECOM's branding is nested with HQDA and Army Materiel Command guidelines, and aligns the command's products with the overall U.S. Army aesthetic.
"The CECOM brand is more than just a logo; it's the command's identity" said CECOM Commanding General and APG Senior Installation Commander Maj. Gen. Mitchell Kilgo. "Our new branding guide establishes our command as Army, first and foremost."The updated branding guide ensures consistent product development and communications across the entire command. It provides guidance for print, digital and web content, and can be found in a central location for the workforce to download logos, templates, color palettes and more.For more information on the CECOM branding guidelines, visit the public affairs section of the CECOM SharePoint site.
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