The United States Space Force has only one member so far, but it appears the service utility uniform is already well under development. The official Twitter account of the month-old military service posted a teaser photograph appearing to show a variant of the Operational Camouflage Pattern used by the Army and Air Force. Above the left breast pocket in Navy embroidery reads: U.S. Space Force. "The first #SpaceForce utility uniform nametapes have touched down in the Pentagon," the tweet read. The uniform depicts four-star rank, indicating that the uniform belongs to Gen. John "Jay" Raymond, the first commander of U.S. Space Force. It also has the Command Space Operations badge embroidered above the service nametape. Read more on Military.com.