More AAFA History

LOGOS THROUGHOUT THE YEARS

2001-2003:  Probably drawn on MS Paint.  This logo was used when the fencing club was operating out of the Pine Forest Recreation Center.  The left most C doubled as a the weapon’s guard and the blade also acted as one of the F’s  parts.

2003-2008:  Originally with the 82nd Airborne patch design in the middle with another sword embedded in it and stars in the blue bar.  First the stars were removed, then later, the 82nd double A’s were removed to simplify the logo. 
    

2008-Current:  The current logo was changed when the All-American Fencing Academy started in Downtown Fayetteville.  It reduced the colors to just red, white, and blue and updated the shield shape.  The iconic All-American Fencing Academy logo has been copied by other fencing designs.  Also see the AAFA Branding and Visual Guidelines page.

WEBSITES THROUGH THE YEARS

2001:
Free Tripod website using html to build website.
https://web.archive.org/web/20040212070009/http://cumberlandfencers.tripod.com:80/

2004:  
Bought a host and domain name.  Learned to use php to create some templates.
https://web.archive.org/web/20040904230621/http://www.allamericanfencing.com

2005:
More use of php to create templates and news posts.
https://web.archive.org/web/20051103233309/http://www.allamericanfencing.com

2007:
First use of a content management system, started with Joomla.
https://web.archive.org/web/20070421131144/http://www.allamericanfencing.com

2010:
Changed to a new Joomla template.
https://web.archive.org/web/20101130010738/http://www.allamericanfencing.com

2013:
Converted to Wordpress content management system.
https://web.archive.org/web/20131206024734/http://www.allamericanfencing.com