Space Force happy people would rather steal its valor than Coast Guard’s
PETERSON AFB, Colo. — Since its inception in December 2019, Space Force stolen valor cases are on the climb. Rather than addressing the crisis, however, Space Force leaders kept with their customs as the newest military branch and took an unconventional stance, using the problem to rip the U.S. Coast Guard.
“Of course, we don’t condone stealing valor,” commented one high-ranking Space Force Official. “But if you are gonna steal someone’s valor, we most certainly won’t stop you if you are stealing ours.”
Numbers of stolen valor cases took a significant spike when Netflix released its military-inspired show Space Force to its streaming service back in May.
One report detailed a teenager wearing moonboots and flashing his middle school space camp ID at Starbucks for a discount.
“I was very surprised to find out that this customer was not in the military,” noted the barista. “He looked like most of the half-drunk soldiers from Fort Carson, so we were completely fooled."
Another report detailed…
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