Donald Trump wants to create a new branch of the armed forces.
Forget the Army, Navy, AIr Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, the United STates is about to get a Space Force.
America will rule the stars.
We salute our galactic overlords.
But wait a minute, does America really need a Space Force?
It is not enough to merely have an American presence in space We must have American dominance in space.
Enter the space force.
Instead of worrying about Earth and the terrifying threat of ISIS we need to worry about who is going to protect us when the Romulen neutral zone is breached and space **** hits the fan.
The answer, A high powered band of military astronauts who defend America, reestablish the the Khin americorps and look flippin sweet in their thermal cloaking suits
But there's still a lot to work out.
Will a galactic colonel outrank a brigadier general on Jupiter's third moon?
Who's gonna design the uniform?
Gucci's got a great collection right now.
And I think they'd do an awesome Kuiper belt.
And even when Trump puts his plans down on paper it still has to pass the galactic senate.
And you know the Neimoidians are gonna tack on some amendments.
Anyway, who made America boss of the moon?
I mean, Neil Armstrong literally walked on it first.
Or did he?
But still that doesn't mean you own space.
What about bloody Australia.
You wouldn't have been able to see the moon landing if it wasn't for us.
[NOISE] no, she's right.
So you've got yourself a space force.
Next minute, you're recruiting moon soldiers to get rocketed around in their Gucci radiation suits while they fight Klatooinian slave soldiers on the outer reaches of Saturn.
Yeah, suddenly Earth war looks really normal.
I'm Claire Riley for CNET, and I kinda wanna see a space war soldier in the Village People.
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