THE UNITED States Space Force has released its official song and the reception by military sites and listeners on Twitter has not been stellar.

The song was released on September 20th.

The Space Force was formed during Donald Trump’s presidency
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Criticism of the song has been widespread across platforms.

“I can’t tell you how relieved I am that the totally frivolous American Space Force has a song to play while they protect the world from E.T. #SemperSupraDude” comedian Marsha Warfield wrote on Twitter.

“Should have just bought the rights to the halo theme song,” one Twitter user wrote, referencing the video game franchise that takes place in interstellar worlds.

Military.com put it candidly: “It’s not a banger.”

The Late Late Show with James Corden even parodied the tune with a ballad poking fun at the lack of responsibility the Space Force has.

The lyrics were written by US Air Force Band member Jamie Teachenor.

“I wanted to make sure that everything that was in the song would adequately represent all the capabilities that our Space Force is involved with and make sure I didn’t mess up on the mission,” Teachenor said in a video promoting the tune.

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