The Navy Trademark Licensing Office recently transferred more than $1 million for the first time to the Navy’s Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) program, a quality-of-life program for Sailors and their families. This money comes from royalties collected from the sale of licensed products using Navy trademarked logos, and goes toward community recreational programs supported by MWR. Currently, the Navy trademark appears on thousands of officially licensed products. MWR is not the only Navy program to profit from the trademark office. The Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor program also benefits by receiving product samples that are distributed to warfighters enrolled in the program at Warrior Games or at medical treatment facilities. For more information, about the Navy’s Trademark Licensing program, visit the U.S. Navy website.
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