United States Space Corps (Proposed)

United States Space Corps Seal

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United States Space Corps Enlisted Ranks
United States Space Corps Enlisted Ranks


The enlisted ranks were designed based on the U.S. Air Force enlisted rank insignia. The actual ranks were based on the U.S. Marine Corps enlisted titles and pay grades.

The U.S. Space Corps (USSC) (if approved by Congress) will become a component of the U.S. Air Force just like the Marine Corps is under the Department of the Navy. The USSC will potentially adapt the rank structure of the Marine Corps/Army as its own.

Reference: Wikipedia

The United States Space Corps (USSC) is the sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces proposed by H.R. 2810 – FY18 that, if created, would absorb the United States Air Force’s current space missions and would be dedicated to the cause of space as a warfare domain. See Air Force Space Command.


In June 2017, the U.S. House Armed Services Committee (HASC) voted to include language creating the U.S. Space Corps in the 2018 Defense Authorization Act. The new service would be administered by the Secretary of the Air Force (much as the Marine Corps falls under the Department of the Navy), but would be a separate branch, and guarantee an equal seat on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. A provision in the House version of the 2018 U.S. defense budget requested the creation of the Space Corps.


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