US Space Force Flags

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      United States Space Force Flags, vertical banners and garden flags.

      As you may have heard, in December 2019 President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law, which included provisions for a new branch of the US military: The United States Space Force.

      The creation of this new branch has sparked a lot of interest and curiosity among Americans, including the design and symbolism behind their official flags. So let's dive in and explore everything there is to know about these unique and significant flags.

      Firstly, it's important to note that there are currently two different versions of the United States Space Force flag - one for use on Earth and one for use in space. The Earth flag features a black background with the official Space Force seal in white and blue, surrounded by thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies. The seal itself is comprised of elements that represent the three core values of the Space Force: "Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do."

      The space flag, on the other hand, is primarily white with a diagonal red stripe running through it, symbolizing the rocket launch pads at Cape Canaveral. In the center of this stripe is a delta wing shape, reminiscent of spacecraft wings and also meant to represent change and innovation.