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Space Force Delta

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Space Force Delta
Logo of the United States Space Force.png
Adopted22 July 2020

The Space Force Delta is the official logo of the U.S. Space Force, the space warfare service branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. The delta itself was unveiled on 22 July 2020.


  • First used in 1961, the Delta symbol honors the heritage of the United States Air Force and Space Command.[1]
  • The silver outer boarder of the delta signifies defense and protection from all adversaries and threats emanating from the space domain.[1]
  • Inside the delta, the two spires represent the action of a rocket launching into the outer atmosphere in support of the central role of the Space Force in defending the space domain.[1]
  • The four beveled elements symbolize the joint armed forces supporting the space mission: Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.[1]
  • In the center of the delta is the star Polaris, which symbolizes how the core values guide the Space Force mission.[1]


The Air Force Space Command shield, which preceded the Space Force Delta.
The Air Force Space Command shield, which preceded the Space Force Delta.

The Space Force Delta was officially unveiled by the Senior Enlisted Advisor of the Space Force, CMSgt Roger A. Towberman on 22 July 2020, alongside the Space Force's motto Semper Supra, which translates to always above. The delta symbol has a strong historical tradition in the Space Force, being first used by military space units in 1961 and also being used to identify the second highest echelon of Space Force units, as well as holding a central position in the Space Operations Badge, Space Force seal, and Space Force flag.[2][3]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e
  2. ^ "Space Force Debuts New Delta Logo, Motto". 22 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Enlisted Heritage Update" – via
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