8 Responses to TDS Strikes The Space Force

  1. Larry Ledwick says:

    This is the NASA gold astronaut pin awarded after the astronaut actually goes to space.


  2. E.M.Smith says:

    Gee.. US Navy, Army , Marines and Coast Guard all have round logos. Air Force has a symbol that I presume can show up on a round background. Think maybe the Space Command just decided to be round like all the others as a way to show equal status? Dropping the shield shape of a “command”.

  3. pouncer says:

    We are all trekkers here, true?

    The thing that bothers me about the “Starfleet” insignia is that it overly emphasizes the Enterprise ship-specific insignia. In TOS each ship had a unique insignia — not all of which were versions of a triangle. Consider Commodore Decker’s loopy pretzel chest insignia

    And this thing:

    And another:

    Starfleet and the Enterprise should not be using such similar shapes.

  4. H.R. says:

    Trekkie Derangement Syndrome?

    It’s quite understandable. It is about The Logo after all.

  5. philjourdan says:

    @Pouncer – the episode with the Exeter ran tonight on METV! What a coincidence!

    Point of order Mr. Smith. I am a Trekkie. And I have no problem with the emblem. Period. Whether it is Star Fleet The Enterprise, or just the TDS Star trek

    It is fine by me!

  6. Power Grab says:

    Dittos on what philjourdan said.

    BTW, more than one of the girls in my family sang with the soprano descant in the theme song….

  7. cdquarles says:

    To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before! The logo’s great. Mikey likes it :).

  8. E.M.Smith says:

    I only said “a lot of Star Trek fans”, not all. As a very hard core Trekkie I like the logo too. In fact, IMHO, the closer to the same the better! But all those “of the TDS sort” (which is about 1/2 the general population and probably a higher percentage in the Sci Fi community of media hounds) will be “different” from us normals ;-)

    “descant”, now that’s a word new to me. Thanks! I like collecting new words ;-)

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