Space is pitch black, so why will US Space Force members wear camo uniforms?

USA TODAY | 1/18/2020 | Staff
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The void of space is pitch black with pinpoints of distant light. So why will some members of the newly-formed U.S. Space Force be clothed in green and brown camouflage?

It's a question that many asked on social media after the Space Force tweeted a photo of its utility uniform on Friday.

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"Camo in space?" one commenter wrote, musing about wasted taxpayer dollars.

The Space Force had a quick answer: The service members wearing the uniform will be working on the ground, and using existing uniform designs is saving taxpayer dollars.

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In another explanation, the official Space Force Twitter account said the uniforms will be worn by Space Operators,...
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