The National Space Council has also voted to send six strategic recommendations to the president's desk, laying out the administration's vision and a roadmap to establish the force.
According to Pence, the space development Agency should be concerned about the creation of new technologies.
U.S. President Donald Trump waves to the news media before boarding Air Force One to depart for travel to Houston, TX, from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, U.S., October 22, 2018.
The new force would be created to 'ensure that our warfighters have the freedom and flexibility they need to deter and defeat any threat to our security in the rapidly evolving battlefield of space, ' he said.
According to Pence, about 60,000 people are now working on space security in the United States, across various branches of the military and intelligence services.
Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday declined to rule out the idea of deploying nuclear weapons in space, saying the current ban on their use is "in the interest of every nation" but the issue should be decided on "the principle that peace comes through strength".
"In the first phase (space forces) will not look like other, already existing types of Armed Forces. It was (yet) talking about consolidation (resources), and in the future Congress and presidential administration will be able to expand and develop space forces", said Pence. The Air Force has estimated that Space Force could cost $3 billion in its first year and would likely need $13 billion in its first five years.
The US military is made up of five branches: the Army, Air Force (which now oversees space operations), the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard.
"Space - exactly the same potential battlefield, like the land, sky and sea, and America will dominate there just as now we dominate here on Earth", - said Vice-President of the United States.