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Flag of the United States Space Force

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United States Space Force flag
Flag of the United States Space Force
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Adopted15 May 2020 (2020-05-15)
DesignKey and supporting elements of the Space Force seal over the inscription "UNITED STATES SPACE FORCE" and the year 2019 in Roman numerals in white letters and platinum fringe.
US Space Force CSO GEN Jay Raymond and US Space Force Senior Enlisted Advisor CMSgt Roger Towberman present President Donald Trump with the U.S. Space Force at a 2020 Oval Office ceremony.

The flag of the United States Space Force is the flag used to represent the United States Space Force, as well as its subsidiary units and formations. It was officially unveiled on 15 May 2020.

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Design

The Space Force flag is a black field, with the official flag fringed in platinum. The flag is derived from the central and supporting elements of the Space Force seal, including the delta wing, globe, elliptical orbit, Polaris star, and star clusters. Beneath the central imagery "UNITED STATES SPACE FORCE" and the year 2019 in Roman numerals in white lettering, indicating the name and birth year of the service.[1]

History

The flag was unveiled on 15 May 2020 in an Oval Office ceremony by the Chief of Space Operations General John W. Raymond and the Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman.[2][3]

Streamers

Verified combat credit entitles an organization to the appropriate campaign streamers representing the named campaign in which it participated. The campaign streamer will be embroidered with the name and years of the campaign. Non-combat service is represented by an organizational service streamer, which is not embroidered.[4][5]

Armed Forces Expeditionary

Armed Forces Expeditionary
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
Grenada 1983
Panama 1989–1990
Lebanon 1983–1987
Libya–El Dorado Canyon 1986
Persian Gulf 1987–1990
Somalia 1992–1995
Haiti 1994–1995
Bosnia and Herzegovina & Croatia 1995–1996
Southwest Asia 1995–1997
Southwest Asia 1995–2003
Bosnia and Herzegovina & Croatia 1996–1998
Southwest Asia 1995–2003
Bosnia and Herzegovina & Croatia 1998–2004
Southwest Asia 1997–2003
Southwest Asia 1998
Southwest Asia 1998–2003
Haiti 2004

Southwest Asia Service

Southwest Asia Service
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
Defense of Saudi Arabia 1990–1991
Liberation and Defense of Kuwait 1991
Southwest Asia Cease-fire 1991–1995

Kosovo Campaign

Kosovo Campaign
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
Kosovo Air Campaign 1999
Kosovo Defense Campaign 1999–2013

Afghanistan Campaign

Afghanistan Campaign
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
None (War service streamer) None
Liberation of Afghanistan 2001
Consolidation I 2001–2006
Consolidation II 2006–2009
Consolidation III 2009–2011
Transition I 2011–2014
Transition II 2015–2021

Global War on Terrorism Service

Global War on Terrorism Service
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
None (war service streamer) None

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
Global War on Terrorism None

Iraq Campaign

Iraq Campaign
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
None (War service streamer) None
Liberation of Iraq 2003
Transition of Iraq 2003–2004
Iraq Governance 2004–2005
National Resolution 2005–2007
Iraq Surge 2007–2008
Iraq Sovereignty 2009–2010
New Dawn 2010–2011

Inherent Resolve Campaign

Inherent Resolve Campaign
Campaign name embroidered on streamer Date embroidered on streamer
Abeyance 2014–2015
Intensification 2015–2017
Defeat 2017–2020

Other flags

Other flags include the flags of the chief of space operations, vice chief of space operations, chief master sergeant of the Space Force, and Space Force general officers.

Positional flags

General officer flags

Organizational flags

See also

References

  1. ^ "Fact Sheet". United States Space Force. 15 May 2020. Retrieved 16 May 2020.
  2. ^ "President Trump is Presented with the Space Force Flag | C-SPAN Classroom". www.c-span.org. Retrieved 22 May 2020.
  3. ^ Garamone, Jim (15 May 2020). "Space Force Flag Unveiled at White House". Department of Defense (Press release). Retrieved 16 May 2020 – via United States Space Force.
  4. ^ "Air Force Instruction 34-1201, Protocol" (PDF). 18 August 2020. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 October 2017. Retrieved 10 January 2023.
  5. ^ "US Air Force Battle Streamers". scottcraft-military.com. Retrieved 13 January 2023.
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