NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (NGA) WOODEN SEAL PLAQUE
Made from solid mahogany this United States Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) wooden seal plaque and podium logo emblem is hand carved and finished by our expert craftsmen. The mahogany is cured and treated at our own factory to avoid warping and twisting over the years and a special keyhole slot is recessed into the rear to ensure a flush fitting on ay wall surface.
Call our customer support team at 1-800-615-6424 or use our Live Chat feature during business hours or order online! Our wooden seals are always:
100% solid mahogany: (no cheap hollow stuff or fake wood made out of plastic).
Kiln dried to prevent warping: which creates a product that will last a lifetime.
Pantone color matched: to ensure your color requirements are an exact match.
Hand made by trained professional cabinet makers and artisans.
Shipped on a timely basis: Option for Express Delivery (Approximately 14 days).
About this seal!
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is an agency of the United States Government with the primary mission of collection, analysis, and distribution of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) in support of national security. NGA was formerly known as the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) (formerly Defense Mapping Agency, formerly Army Mapping Service, etc.) and is part of the Department of Defense (DoD), but also has responsibilities to customers outside the DoD. In addition, NGA is a member agency of the United States Intelligence Community.
NGA’s headquarters are located in Bethesda, Maryland and operates major facilities in the Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and St. Louis, Missouri areas as well as support and liaison offices worldwide. In 2011 NGA expects to consolidate many of its Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia activities in a new east-coast campus near Ft. Belvoir as part of the BRAC. Its budget and number of employees are classified.
US mapping and charting efforts remained relatively unchanged until World War I, when aerial photography became a major contributor to battlefield intelligence. Using stereo viewers, photointerpreters reviewed thousands of images. Many of these were of the same target at different angles and times, giving rise to what became modern imagery analysis and mapmaking.
To order by phone or for more information about this product call 1-800-615-6424
Standard delivery four to six weeks. Express delivery option available on this item.