An octogonal all-caps design in regular, Bold, and Open styles. Released as part of Alphabet Innovations, vol. 6 [1976 specimen] from Oct. 1971 [Library of Congress]. Alternatively, it was part of vol. 3 from 1971 [Martin].
Also carried by Lettergraphics, in all three weights with (added?) biform alternates [Lettergraphics 1976]. Copied by Castcraft as Charger [Castcraft 1978]. Also made for their dry transfer brand, Transfertech [1978 ad].
The basic style was digitized by Dick Pape in 2010 as DXS Charger, based on a showing in Dan X. Solo’s Art Deco Display Alphabets (Dover Publications, 1982).