We are proud of our contribution to the spirit of the military.
Each design featured elements of regimental history, badges, tartans and a clear indication of what made that organization unique. As opposed to using the usual military acronyms and abbreviations, it was done in such a way that a civilian could easily interpret the design.
The program was an immediate and qualified success.
Each year another 100 or so
designs were added to the line. Every design was carefully researched to ensure that
all sensitivities were taken into account. Careful attention
was paid to artistic integrity and heraldic conventions.
INTO THE USA
|While on a visit to Naval Station San Diego in 1995, we spotted a large sign on the side of a building in the shipyard on Coronado Island. MEODU7 of the USNR had used our t-shirt design for several applications including vehicle doors, entry mats and the sign on the side of their building. This is certainly a compliment to the effectiveness of the Armed Forces Pride Programme.|
Recognizing the future of e-commerce and computer generated design, McLeod embarked on a new chapter...building websites and creating t-shirt designs. Entering the new millennium, we are now embracing electronic technology.
An example of this was the program we put together for Lomcevak Merchandising to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of excellence in Canadian Military Aviation.
In 2003, the Armed Forces Pride Programme branched into the awards and presentations field with a new initiative called Op Plax. We encourage you to visit the Op Plax section of this website and learn more about this exciting product.
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