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Old 04-02-2002, 01:28 PM
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Does anyone know of or have a True Type font for WWII military applications?
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There were two fonts used during WWII, one by the Army and one by the Navy. The Army used Amarillo and the Navy Long Beach. Amarillo is available as freeware from the link below.

http://www.abstractfonts.com/fonts/

I had Long Beach from a pay site, but lost the link before I my computer was wiped out by a virus and I moved. Hopefully, I'
ll find the magazine article with the site.
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Try this. I bought, and downloaded mine from them.

http://www.tlai.com/
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That's the link! They also have the military stencil fonts as well.
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Thanks alot guys!!
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The most common military-style font in Word documents is Arial, Times New Roman, Helvetica, Courier, and more. The best military font is Poligon, inspired by the military and aviation sectors. It is also used as a military number font. It includes six styles: regular, rough, military stencil font, printed, and rough.

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