Top Gun Font 

About the Font

Top Gun font by Alphabet&Type® is a techno typeface available for personal use only. It’s a font directly inspired by the first Top Gun movie by Tony Scott with Tom Cruise; you can call it the original font for all first Top Gun movie lovers.

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Font at a Glance 

Font Family Name TOP GUN
Font TypeTechno
Units per EM1000
Designed byP.A.Vannucci
Versionv 1.000
Release date 2012
Glyph count 55
Character count54
File type TrueType
CopyrightCopyright (c) 2012 by P.A.Vannucci. All rights reserved.
TrademarkTOP GUN is a trademark of P.A.Vannucci.
License Freeware font by Alphabetype /c) (r) 2012. url:

About Top Gun Movie Logo

The Top Gun font has gained popularity due to its association with the movie’s fantastic logo, which has a clean, legible design. Despite the fact that the original Top Gun features a classic techno-type custom logo design and there is no official font available, based on observation, the TOP GUN lettering may have been influenced by the typefaces Machine and Dex Gothic.

Due to the movie’s popularity, the designer was inspired and made some actual logos from it. You can also call them “fan-made” fonts, which are very similar to the original movie logo. Top Gun Font by Alphabet & Type® is a great alternative to the Top Gun movie logo.

You can also check out the Top Gun: Maverick Movie Logo font.

About the Top Gun movie

Top Gun is a 1986 American action drama film directed by Tony Scott and produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer. The movie stars Tom Cruise as Lieutenant Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a young pilot who attends the United States Navy’s elite fighter weapons school and competes to be the best in the class. The screenplay for the movie was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr. and was inspired by an article titled “Top Guns” that was published in California magazine three years earlier. The movie has many attractive and memorable scenes and has garnered a large and devoted fan base.

Top Gun: Maverick is a sequel to the 1986 film Top Gun, which was directed by Tony Scott and starred Tom Cruise as Lieutenant Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. The sequel, which is also directed by Joseph Kosinski and stars Cruise as Maverick, was released in theaters in July 2022.

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