Baltimore Bombers Primary Logo
Baltimore Bombers Primary Logo History
The Baltimore Bombers were a proposed National Football League expansion team were to be located in Baltimore. In their proposal, the potential owners of the team had settled on the "Baltimore Bombers" as the team's nickname in honor of the B-26 Marauder, a World War II bomber designed by the Glenn L. Martin Company, and produced in Baltimore.
Baltimore Bombers Primary Logo 1993
A uneven wordmark “BOMBERS” in white on a black banner above a jet bomber plane in black with white trim on a orange spiked background. All on a shield in black with a thick blue outline.