Separate from the US Army, the US Space Force unveiled its logo in January, but it was widely panned for looking too much like the Starfleet insignia from the Star Trek television series. The military service decided to alter the emblem after hearing feedback and being threatened by a lawsuit from Netflix. The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) just introduced its new logo on Twitter.
After debuting a new comedy series with the same name (Space Force), Netflix filed a lawsuit in June to assert its ownership of the trademark. While Netflix’s logo was inspired by the genuine Space Force’s, the US Patent and Trademark Office gave trademark status to the entertainment corporation first because of its unique design. As a result of this confusing scenario, the USSF is allowed to keep using its insignia domestically, but Netflix has secured the rights to the Space Force logotype in Mexico, Australia, and Europe.
Whatever the case may be, the military has determined it’s time to switch to a new emblem. The US Special Forces Twitter account said the new symbol, which resembles the white arrow of the old emblem, will be known as the delta. It has a black border and a centre black area where the Polar Star is shown symbolically. In addition to releasing their emblem, the Space Force also unveiled its slogan, “Semper Supra,” which translates to “Always Above” in Latin. According to an official USSF statement, the logotype and slogan serve as a monument to the legacy of the US Space Force and stand for defence against any and all threats in the space realm.
TO REBRAND THE SPACE FORCE EMBLEM, TRUMP HAS UNVEILED A LOGO REMINISCENT TO THE OLD STAR TRACK DESIGN.