Neil Armstrong dies

#3
I remember that moment in '69 when he walked on the surface of the moon...........and I was seeing it on TV......for real.
It was science fiction come true.............for a kid growing up in the 50's............RIP Neil Armstrong........you're a tough act to follow.
 
#4
I remember that moment in '69 when he walked on the surface of the moon...........and I was seeing it on TV......for real.
It was science fiction come true.............for a kid growing up in the 50's............RIP Neil Armstrong........you're a tough act to follow.
Memory time.

I was PO's messman at Osprey and the mess pres dragged me into the TV room to watch history in the making.
 
#5
I wasn't even an itch in my dad's nut sack at the time of the landing, it was the same year my parents were married though.

RIP Mr Armstrong


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#7
He was also a naval aviator who flew 78 missions over Korea from USS Essex.

I was living in the States when he made that first step and shared some of the pride.

RIP to a man who made history.
 
#9
From a report by his family commenting on his death, I though a rather apt statement.

"For those who may ask what they can do to honour Neil, we have a simple request. Honour his example of service, accomplishment and modesty, and the next time you walk outside on a clear night and see the Moon smiling down at you, think of Neil Armstrong and give him a wink."
 
#11
Giant steps are what you take
Walking on the moon
I hope my legs don't break
Walking on the moon
We could walk forever
Walking on the moon

We could live together
Walking on, walking on the moon

Apparently not.=|
 
#12
Giant steps are what you take
Walking on the moon
I hope my legs don't break
Walking on the moon
We could walk forever
Walking on the moon

We could live together
Walking on, walking on the moon

Apparently not.=|
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#19
As I heard someone succinctly put it on the telly. ‘Neil and his courageous colleagues proved that mankind need not be tied forever to planet earth’.

RIP a very brave man.
 

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