Jhe new Space Force uniforms are some of the weirdest sets under the sun, according to some Twitter users.
The newest service branch in the United States has unveiled its Guardian Service Uniforma prototype uniform for members of the Space Force, during the Space Force Annual Assembly Cyber Airspace conference on Tuesday. Social media users were unimpressed with the designs, comparing them to uniforms worn in sci-fi series such as star trek and Battlestar Galactica.
Sorry. My opinion is that this is a laughable Space Force uniform. Just add a plastic bubble helmet and it would be perfect.
— Barry R McCaffrey (@mccaffreyr3) September 21, 2021
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Others felt that the money spent on new uniforms, and Space Force in general, could have been better spent. Representative Mark Pocan called the uniforms a “big ugly reminder that we chose to build a space force in this country before we chose to invest in things like ending poverty or ending homelessness,” while other users took suggested how to reallocate funding.
These uniforms are a big, ugly reminder that we chose to build a space force in this country before we chose to invest in things like ending poverty or ending homelessness. https://t.co/V5QP9RmzuY
— Rep Mark Pocan (@repmarkpocan) September 21, 2021
I still can’t believe that’s a thing.
Things we find money to pay for:
✅ $2,000,000 in tax cuts for billionaires
✅ $210 billion trade war
✅ Whatever the cost of Space Force
Things we refuse to pay:
❌ Food aid and housing
❌ Health insurance for all
❌ Tuition Free College https://t.co/rvKJIF3vlO
— Senator Megan Hunt 😷 (@NebraskaMegan) September 21, 2021
Hey, what if we took all those resources currently allocated to Space Force and spent them on, say, keeping half the country from catching fire for four months a year https://t.co/ZSS5zmRL4x
— Vince Mancini (@VinceMancini) September 21, 2021
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The introduction of the new Space Force uniforms comes as billionaires Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk launched their own crews into space.
The missions of the billionaires have also been criticized. On Tuesday, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called private spaceflight an indicator of global wealth inequality, saying: “Billionaires are heading to space while millions go hungry on Earth. “.