The US Vice President said that a new “Space Force ” will be initiated soon under the supervision of suggested sixth military branch which is visualized by US President Trump.

Mike Pence, the US Vice President who leads the specific governing body, the National Space Council which was inspired last year after a  decades-long lapse said that the initiation of the independent space force has not been foreseen by White House before 2020.

Pence declared that the US President will soon order US Congress to assemble the civilians and military individuals for building a space security force along with a unified command which has similarity with the regulations of the special force of the military.

Pence also said at a space conference arranged by the Washington Post, “ The National Space Council is making recommendations to the president to essentially begin with establishing a unified Space Command, much in the way that we established a Special Forces command ”.

He said, “ Let’s begin by bringing everyone under a unified command”, including that he would also eager to observe the tasking of the Space Development Agency with new technologies.

As per the report of the US Vice President Pence, around 60,000 people are recently working on the force of the space security in the United States, across the diverse branches of the military and intelligence services.

Pence added, “It will not in the first instance look like other branches of the service that were stood up. It will be a consolidation, we believe, and from there future Congresses and future administrations can grow and expand and nurture….the Space Force as they see fit”.

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