What is the U.S. Space Force and What Does It Do?
The Space Force motto, "Semper supra," is Latin for "Always above," a phrase that encapsulates the service's mission.
"The United States Space Force was established as the sixth and newest branch of the U.S. Armed Forces on Dec. 20, 2019 when the National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law. Before that, the United States hadn't created a new military branch since 1946, when it stood up the Air Force.
The push for a dedicated branch of the armed services devoted to the final frontier gained steam as orbital space became increasingly crowded and contested. As the United States' critical infrastructure became increasingly dependent on satellites for communication, navigation, meteorology and intelligence, the U.S. Department of Defense likewise identified a need for a branch of the military dedicated solely to operating and protecting these assets. Thus, Space Force was created.
The service's motto, "Semper supra," is Latin for "Always above," a phrase that encapsulates the Space Force's mission. Its symbol, the Delta, signifies the service's responsibilities and mission while honoring its long history that began long before the Space Force was created in 2019.." from the article: What is the U.S. Space Force and What Does It Do?
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Space Force Is The Newest US Military Branch. But What Do They Actually Do?
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"Founded in 2019 by President Donald Trump, the United States Space Force is the newest branch of the US military. Since then it has been met with jokes, misunderstanding, and even a satirical series on Netflix. Insider visited Buckley Space Force Base in Aurora, Colorado, to learn more about the Space Force and to document the guardians in Delta 4, who are taught to detect incoming missiles from adversaries." from video introduction
How to Become a Space Force Officer
"Explaining the 4 routes you can take to commission as an officer into the Space Force and become a Guardian. 29 Technical Majors in the Space Force: bit.ly/Spaceforcemajors How to Get Into the Air Force Academy: bit.ly/USAFAGuide How to Win an ROTC Scholarship: bit.ly/AFROTCGuide" from video introduction