In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Space Force Senior Enlisted Advisor Chief Master Sergeant Roger A. Towberman said that, “without the lack of real guidance, we have decided to direct our focus on our soldier’s Balls.”

He went on further to say that, “the Balls will be in the fall time-frame because it would be too hot for Balls in summer, especially in Huntsville, Alabama.”

Nobody likes sweaty Balls.

Space Force Ball
Every year, the Air Force celebrates its birthday with a formal military ball and festivities many people remember for a lifetime. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Emily E. Amyotte/Released)

If the Army has Army Balls and the Marines have Marine Balls, why can’t the Space Force have…Space Balls?