Wired's Spencer Ackerman visited the Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Maryland this morning to get an exclusive look at the U.S. Navy's new UFO-looking drone. But in the process, he snapped this photo of the Navy's Program Executive Office for Unmanned Aviation & Strike Weapons, and considering that unmanned drones rain death upon insurgents and civilians alike in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and a bunch of other places we probably don't know about, the logo is disgustingly apropos.

Ackerman was quick to point out that the logo is "for a Navy development office," but really, what's the difference? Government officials largely refuse to acknowledge CIA drone attacks that kill people, but hey, look, a taxpayer-funded symbol of death to inspire esprit de corps. Maybe they need it: last month, a 44-foot Navy drone crashed during a test run in Maryland.