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2020 AirPower Over Hampton Roads logo contest

2020 AirPower Over Hampton Roads logo contest

Story by A1C Monica Roybal on 02/20/2019

The 633rd Air Base Wing Public Affairs office will host the 2020 AirPower Over Hampton Roads logo design contest at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, from Feb. 6 to March 31, 2019.

The competition encourages artists and designers of all ages to create a thoughtful and imaginative visual representation of one of JBLE’s largest displays of aerial dominance. The design should honor past logos, embrace JBLE’s aviation heritage and must include the approved verbiage, “AirPower Over Hampton Roads.”

The winning design will be announced and showcased on the JBLE Facebook page, April 12, 2019. An independent panel will score each entry using a standardized grading rubric and the winning logo will then be displayed for promotional use on the 2020 AirPower Over Hampton Roads website, social media posts, printed advertisements and video products.

Contest participants may submit more than one product for consideration. All entries must be submitted in a JPEG format through Facebook Messenger on the JBLE Facebook page along with a completed general talent release form.

Images must be created in a vector-based graphic design program. Entries created in mediums of pencil, charcoal, paints, pastels, etc., are not permitted. Usage of the U.S. Air Force insignia, the U.S. Army insignia, the Joint Base Langley-Eustis name and unit patches or badges are not permitted.

All entries are considered property of the United States government and can no longer be used or claimed without the consent of the Department of Defense. The 633rd ABW/PA office at JBLE reserves the right to choose and edit submitted work to adhere to the DoD standards and procedures regarding representation of DoD organizations. By participating in this contest, the individual understands that the 633rd ABW/PA office and the DoD reserve the right to record, use, exhibit, display, broadcast, print and/or publish the submitted works, in the whole or in part, to be used in photographs, videos, print, radio, television, internet or any other media for advertisement. Submission of completed works by the artist includes an understanding that they are doing so of their own volition without the right to compensation.

For a full list of rules and regulations, go to

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