The U.S. Space Force, established December 20, 2019, is the newest branch of the Armed Forces; charged with protecting the United States and allied interests in space and to provide space capabilities to the joint force.
The Delta, first used in 1961, became an iconic part of the space missions under the USAF and Air Force Space Command. The Delta will continue its legacy, representing the vital mission sets in space, as the logo for the Space Force.
The Space Force logo must always maintain an exclusion zone, free of any graphics or text. This space is measured as half the width of the Delta, applied around the border of the entire logo. The border around the logo takes the shape of a box as opposed to following the edge of the logo, similar to the Air Force Symbol.
In order to ensure that the logo is always clear and legible, each style has a minimum size requirement. The minimum requirements for use in print are listed in the graphic above. When used in digital media, the logo as an independent element, or Delta and text elements, which is commonly referred to as the Space Force signature, must be legible and easily distinguishable.
Lighter versions of the logo are only authorized for use on dark backgrounds for best visibility. Additionally, while backgrounds are not required to be solid colors, they must not be so complicated that they obstruct the visibility of the logo.
Distortions of the Space Force logo are not authorized. This includes, but is not limited to, changing the ratio, altering the relationship of the logo elements, adding to or taking away from the logo, using unauthorized colors, and applying special effects.
Only specific colors are authorized as part of the Space Force logo. Most versions of the logo incorporate more than one color.
The correct font to be used in the Space Force Logo is Sharp Sans; a web-safe alternative is Trebuchet.
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