How the Space Force is COPYING SpaceX and Elon Musk.
Back in 2019, US President Donald Trump stunned many when he announced a new arm of the American Armed Forces called the Space Force. The name alone caused many to chuckle or scratch their heads. From its flag, to its purpose, to its name, people made light of the Space Force. What was it? What would it do? Was it really going to retain such a silly, sci-fi-sounding name? Was the government really creating a new part of the military for the first time since the 1940s? And was it really called the Space Force?
While many Americans considered it something of a joke in the beginning, the United States Space Force is most definitely very real – and growing. Not only is it a legitimate arm of the vast American uniformed services, it is a sister-branch to the very successful and very respected US Air Force. The Space Force even has its very own secretary, who reports directly to the United States Secretary of Defense. To date, the Space Force now has nearly 5,000 employees and 77 spacecrafts. None of those ships have taken to the stars yet, but it looks like things are coming together in a way that critics could have never imagined.
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