The logo above was based on the existing Shield of Air Force Space Command (no copyright infringement intended.)
The centrally dominant globe represents the earth as viewed from space, the earth being both the origin and control point for all satellites. The emblem is provided its distinctive appearance by two symmetric ellipses representing the orbital paths traced by satellites in earth orbit, the satellites themselves being symbolically depicted as four-point stars. The 30-degree orbital inclination and symmetrically opposed placement of the satellites signify the worldwide coverage provided by Air Force satellites in accomplishing space-based surveillance, navigation, weather, missile warning and communications missions. The slight tapering of the orbital ellipses represents the characteristic eastward motion. The centrally superimposed deltoid symbolizes both the Space Force upward thrust into space and the launch vehicles needed to place all satellites in orbit. The distinctive dark blue background shading and small globe and stars symbolize the space environment.
The enlisted rank designs below were entirely of my own conceptualization and did not mean any copyright infringement from other designs. Basis and reference of designs are indicated on links below. When using images, use “Copyright: stadeodesign.com” and to include the link to this blog. Thank you for viewing!
These two sets of insignia are similar except for the color schemes: gold/black and blue/white.
The design of the enlisted ranks are based on the U.S. Air Force enlisted rank insignia.
The rank structures and pay grades are based on and a combination of both the
(As of June 2018) The U.S. Space Force (USSF) (if approved by Congress) is a proposed sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces intended to have control over military operations in outer space. It would absorb the operations and duties of the Air Force Space Command, a major command of the United States Air Force that currently handles and supports most of the country’s military operations in space.
My previous design for the US Space Corps logo/seal:
Reference and latest developments can be found on Wikipedia: United States Space Force.