On August 9, 2018, the Trump administration provided several proposed logos for their planned Space Force. Who designed these logos? Is there some government organization that is tasked with creating logos like this? Or would it be a private sector organization that was contracted for this purpose?

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    I can't answer authoritatively on the "Space Force," but the 4 branches of the military (army, navy, air force, marines) do have departments in charge of designing new logos/insignia, etc. For example, the Army has the Institute of Heraldry, which according to Wikipedia does serve the Executive Office of the President. Though these Space Force logos seem to be logos the Trump campaign is pushing to sell Space Force merchandise, in violation of White House ethics.
    – C. Helling
    Aug 10 '18 at 18:25
  • @C.Helling "in violation of White House ethics" Add it to the list, I guess. Aug 10 '18 at 23:08

According to FastCompany:

They weren’t created by anyone at the Pentagon, NASA, or any other federal agency. They were created by the Trump-Pence 2020 campaign PAC.


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