Updated September 08, 2018 05:15:25 A logo redesign for the Chicago Bulls has been updated to reflect the service of the US Navy.
The logo of the Chicago Bears was created in 1894 and the team has always carried the US flag.
However, since then the team changed its name to the Chicago Blackhawks in the early 20th century, as it has since the team’s inception.
The new design uses the Navy insignias of the United States and Canada, while the team also features a red eagle.
A tweet on the team website read: “We are thrilled to be able to present the US Naval Academy logo to the fans.
A salute to the great people of the U.S.
The Chicago Bulls have always carried US Naval insignia, and now they can add a bit more flair to the look with the Navy logo redesign.
The new design has the team symbol in a blocky design, with a white background and the words “USA” and “CHICAGO”.
It is the second time in two weeks that the team is updating its logo, after a logo redesign last week for the team was criticised by fans and the NBA for using the same logo.
The NBA also criticised the new design.
“The NBA is extremely disappointed by the use of the same uniform number for two different organizations and for a team whose motto is to ‘be good and play hard,'” the league said in a statement.
“We expect the NBA to clarify its decision and make it clear that this is a new and untested usage of the number.”