Michigan to host first Space Force Militia
They already have about 10 cases of freeze-dried astronaut ice cream.
By W.E. Linde
HILLMAN, Mich. — History was made this week as the nation’s first Space Force Militia stood up a headquarters in Hillman, Michigan. Staffed out of a repurposed three-bedroom, two-bathroom mobile home, it is currently nestled between the M-32 Subway sandwich shop and a local VFW about an hour from Camp Grayling National Guard Base.
Approximately 12 members of a local Michigan militia volunteered to cross over to be the first home-grown Guardians. During the activation ceremony on Friday, the new quasi-legal military force, per tradition, stood at attention for both the national anthem and Lee Greenwood’s God Bless the U.S.A. This was followed by the raising of the Space Force Militia flag, which depicts the U.S. Space Force emblem crudely stitched over a Confederate battle flag.
“The U.S. Constitution says that we’re supposed to have a militia to protect our rights,” said Militia Gen. Nathan Bedford Potts, commander of the 1st Space Force Militia and owner of Potts Discoun…
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