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Space Force Indoor Flagpole Kit w/ Silver Fringe

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A black flag mounted on a wooden pole with a golden base. The flag has the official space force emblem with the words "United States Space Force MMXIX." The flag has silver fringe on the edges.
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This United States Space Force Set includes a nylon flag embellished with three sides of silver fringe and a silver cord and tassel. This patriotic display has a sturdy two-piece oak flagpole with a brass joint and an Army spear ornament. 

This American-made official US Space Force set is meant for indoor display at military bases, auditoriums, businesses, Veterans association buildings, and more.

For the full effect, present this flag along with the American flag display set and any of our other indoor military flag sets

  • Unweighted gold finish floor stand
  • 2 piece polished oak pole
  • Army Spear ornament
  • Silver cord and tassel
  • Space Force flag with silver fringe

*Please note: the ceiling must be at least one foot taller than the presentation flagpole.

Pole Height  Flag Suggestion 
7' / 8'  3' x 5'
 9' 4' x 6' 
Proper Display Method

Indoor military flags should be presented from left to right. The American flag is displayed first, followed in order by the U.S. Army flag, U.S. Marine Corps flag, U.S Navy flag, U.S. Air Force flag, U.S Space Force, and lastly the U.S. Coast Guard flag. The guideline for the order of precedence for these flags was established by the U.S Department of Defense.  



The United States Space Force is its own branch of the Armed Forces and is organized under the Department of the Air Force. This is similar to the way the Marine Corps is organized under the Department of the Navy. The Space Force is tasked with missions and operations in the rapidly evolving space domain. 

The U.S. Space Force was first established on December 20, 2019, when the National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law. The creation of the USSF was the first new branch of the US Armed Forces in 73 years. This was the result of widespread recognition that Space was a national security imperative.