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What font does the US military use?

Last Updated: 18th April, 2020

Times New Roman and Courier are widely used and generally safe for correspondence.

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Regarding this, what type of font does the military use?

See AR 25-50 typically military font is Arial 12.

Also Know, what font does the army use for uniforms? It asks for a font and Franklin Gothic Condensed which is the one by regulation is not an option there.

Similarly one may ask, what font does US government use?

Times New Roman

What font does the British army use?


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