The official seal of the U.S. Navy has three overlapping circles containing the words "United States Navy" and a picture of an eagle holding an anchor. The eagle is surrounded by a depiction of a chain.
The outer circle of the U.S. Navy official seal is gold, the middle circle is blue with gold lettering and the inner circle containing the eagle has a white background. The eagle's chest features a red, white and blue banner, and the anchor in the eagle's claws is gold. The brown, red, blue and gold on the U.S. Navy official seal are standard colors that must be used in any reproductions of the seal, regardless of the medium.