The US Space Force has been mocked after proudly unveiling its new uniforms – featuring full woodland camouflage.
It posted an image of the gear on Twitter saying: "Space Force propels the @DeptofDefence into a new era dedicated to protecting US and national interests and security in space."
However, the reaction to the new outfit has been less than complimentary - with most pointing out the design will not help troops blend in during space missions.
One person tweeted: "How many trees are you expecting to find in space?"
Another pointed out: "Space is black... I feel like this is an important distinction when designing a uniform."
One Twitter critic suggested the president could learn a few things from Star Wars, pointing out: "The only explanation I have is that The #SpaceForce will be invading the forest moon of Endor.
"I doubt the US has learned that an occupying military has little chance of conquering the Ewoks."
Mark Hamill, AKA Luke Skywalker, took up the theme, reminding fans that the movies got there first.
Following the vitriol directed at it, the United States Space Force posted a further statement, adding: "USSF is utilizing current Army/Air Force uniforms, saving costs of designing/producing a new one."
Donald Trump launched the force last month , claiming "space is the world's new war-fighting domain" as he signed off the $1.4trn (£1.08trn) National Defence Authorisation Act.
It is part of a package that also provides money for a US-Mexico border wall.