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Space Force images on T-shirts, coffee mugs, hats and other merchandise have become a national craze. (Associated Press/File)

Space Force merchandise skyrockets

- The Washington Times

President Trump’s plan for a military Space Force has not gotten off the ground yet, but it already has launched a merchandising craze of Space Force-themed T-shirts, coffee mugs, spiral notebooks and throw pillows.

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