Space Force


US Space Force Logo
The U.S. Space Force officially revealed its logo this week, and the military announced that its motto is “semper supra,” or “always above.” This represents the Air Foce service branch’s role in establishing, maintaining and preserving U.S. freedom of operations in the space domain. Sure, it may look like the Star Trek logo, but in reality, the delta was first used in space organizations as early as 1961 and inspired generations of industry professionals.

Boeing X-37 Spaceplane United States Space Force
It’s official, the sixth mission of the Boeing X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV-6) is set to be launched on May 16 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida by the Department of the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office in partnership with the U.S. Space Force. No details about the mission were mentioned, but it aims to test new systems in space and return them to Earth to help the U.S. more efficiently and effectively develop space capabilities necessary to maintain superiority in the space domain.