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US Space Force unveils official song 'Semper Supra'

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WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 29: U.S. Air Force Space Command Gen. John "Jay" Raymond stands next to the flag of the newly established U.S.

Space Command, the sixth national armed service, in the Rose Garden at the White House August 29, 2019 in Washingto The U.S.

Space Force unveiled its official song on Tuesday, titled "Semper Supra."The USSF is America's newest military branch, being founded under former President Donald Trump in 2018.

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