Several companies and agencies have blue eagles on their logos, but one of the more famous examples is American Eagle Outfitters. This American clothing company has a blue silhouette of an eagle with its wings outstretched and its talons extended as if is preparing to grasp its prey.
Other notable blue eagle logos include the eagle profile on the logo of the U.S. Postal Service and the soaring eagle carrying branches for the First American Title Insurance Company logo. A stylized blue eagle appears between two letter As on the American Airlines logo. The Barclays logo is a blue "spread eagle," which has identified the institution since its earliest days in the 17th and 18th centuries. The logo for the National Recovery Administration was an eagle holding a gear and lightning bolts in its talons, and this symbol was also used by companies that complied with the National Industrial Recovery Act.