When Space Force released its prototype uniform in September last year, many were quick to point out that it gave the call ‘Battlestar Galactica’. To complete the sci-fi vibe, each button bore the branch logo, and others say it looks like those from Star Trek. The criticism was not just about the uniform, but about the branch itself. Using taxpayers’ money to design such uniforms, more so, establishing a new military branch aimed at “maintaining US space superiority” is really something. Netflix also featured a workplace satire starring Steve Carrell, also called “Space Force.”
Last May, the US Space Force (USSF) uniform was updated and people couldn’t help but notice that the new uniform is similar to Netflix’s Space Force uniform. by Steve Carrell this time.
Space Force Creation
In 2019, Trump signed the act establishing the US Space Force in a ceremony at Joint Base Andrews, creating the sixth branch of the military, and a new one since 1947. With that and a budget of $738 billion for fiscal year 2020, everything about Space Force had to be created from scratch. Part of that, of course, was the logo and uniform that will visually represent the branch. As Trump said at the ceremony,