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Two years before his first spaceflight, and five years before he set the first human foot on the moon, Armstrong fills out a flight plan, preparing to pilot a NASA jet from Ohio to Texas.
Document signed twice: "N. A. Armstrong", 1 page, 8x12¾. Port Columbus, Naval Air Station [Ohio], 1964 June 25. Department of Defense flight aircraft clearance form. Details filled in by another hand, including mileage, transponder code, and equipment, but Armstrong has penned this notation: "Request radar vector climb on course." Armstrong plans to pilot a T-33 ("Shooting Star") aircraft from Port Columbus to Ellington Air Force Base in Texas, by way of Dayton. The co-pilot is J. F. Stegall, another NASA employee. Civilian Neil Alden Armstrong (1930-2012) had entered the U.S. space program as a senior NASA research pilot in 1962. A fan of aviation from the age of nine, Armstrong had his pilot's license by the age of 16, and, after studying aeronautical engineering at Purdue for two years, went to Pensacola, Florida for Navy flight training. Serving in Korea at the age of 21, Armstrong flew 78 combat missions and won three Air Medals. For the seven years prior to his selection by NASA, Armstrong was a civilian pilot at Edwards Air Force Base, testing experimental aircraft and working as an engineer. A veteran of Gemini 8, Armstrong thrilled the world on July 20, 1969, when, as commander of Apollo 11, he stepped off the ladder of the Lunar Excursion Module Eagle and spoke the first words heard from the surface of the Moon: "That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind." Tears at binding holes on top margin. Light surface creases. Corners and edges lightly worn. Lightly toned. Light, multiple folds. Otherwise, fine condition.

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Born: August 5, 1930 in Wapakoneta, Ohio
Died: August 25, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio

Neil A. Armstrong
NASA Astronaut (deceased)

PERSONAL DATA: Born on August 5, 1930, in Wapakoneta, Ohio. Married. Two sons. Died on August 25, 2012.

EDUCATION: Armstrong received a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Southern California. He held honorary doctorates from multiple universities.

SPECIAL HONORS: Armstrong was a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and the Royal Aeronautical Society and an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the International Astronautics Federation.

Armstrong was a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco. He served as a member of the National Commission on Space (1985 to 1986), as Vice-Chairman of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident (1986) and as Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee for the Peace Corps (1971 to 1973).

Armstrong was decorated by 17 countries. He was the recipient of many special honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, the Congressional Space Medal of Honor, the Explorers Club Medal, the Robert H. Goddard Memorial Trophy, the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the Harmon International Aviation Trophy, the Royal Geographic Society's Gold Medal, the Federation Aeronautique Internationale's Gold Space Medal, the American Astronautical Society Flight Achievement Award, the Robert J. Collier Trophy, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Astronautics Award, the Octave Chanute Award and the John J. Montgomery Award.

EXPERIENCE: After serving as a naval aviator from 1949 to 1952, Armstrong joined the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) in 1955. His first assignment was with the NACA Lewis Research Center (now NASA Glenn Research Center) in Cleveland. Over the next 17 years, he was an engineer, test pilot, astronaut and administrator for NACA and its successor agency, NASA.

He was Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. During the years 1982 to 1992, Armstrong was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia.

NASA EXPERIENCE: As a research pilot at NASA's Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, Armstrong was a project pilot on many pioneering high speed aircraft, including the well known, 4000-mph X-15. He flew more than 200 different models of aircraft, including jets, rockets, helicopters and gliders.

Armstrong transferred to astronaut status in 1962. He was assigned as command pilot for the Gemini 8 mission. Gemini 8 was launched on March 16, 1966, and Armstrong performed the first successful docking of two vehicles in space.

As spacecraft commander for Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing mission, Armstrong gained the distinction of being the first man to land a craft on the moon and first to step on its surface.

Armstrong subsequently held the position of Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C. In this position, he was responsible for the coordination and management of overall NASA research and technology work related to aeronautics.

He resigned from NASA in 1971.

Film Credits
2014 Kill Your Killer (Other), 2013 Warehouse 13 (Other), 2013 The UFO Experience (Other), 2013 America's Book of Secrets (Other), 2012 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (Other), 2012 One Giant Leap: A Neil Armstrong Tribute (Other), 2012 Neil Armstrong: First Man on the Moon (Other), 2012 Here I Stand (Other), 2012 Ancient Aliens (Other), 2012 America's Book of Secrets (in person), 2011 Doctor Who (Other), 2010 Talk im Hangar-7 (in person), 2010 Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey (Performer), 2010 Mad and Bad: 60 Years of Science on TV (Other), 2009 The Third Foot An Interview with Buzz Aldrin (in person), 2009 The Apollo Years (in person), 2009 The 23rd Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards (Other), 2009 Regreso a la Luna (Other), 2009 Reaching Tranquility: The 40th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Lunar (Other), 2009 NASA: Triumph and Tragedy (in person), 2009 Moonshot (Other), 2009 Cosmonaut (Other), 2009 Apollo Zero (Other), 2009 40 Years on the Moon (Other), 2008-2009 When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (in person), 2008 When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (Other), 2008 Nova (Other), 2008 Naked Science (in person), 2008 Moon Machines (in person), 2008 Fly Me to the Moon 3D (in person), 2008 Cold Case (Other), 2007 Timeshift (Other), 2007 The Wonder of It All (Other), 2007 The New 7 Wonders of the World (in person), 2007 The Mars Underground (Other), 2007 Tank on the Moon (Other), 2007 Secrets of the Moon Landings (Other), 2007 MoonFaker (Other), 2007 Mars Rising (in person), 2007 In the Shadow of the Moon (Other), 2006 The Minerva Awards 2006: Sally Ride (Other), 2006 60 Minutes (Other), 2005 Movies That Shook the World (Other), 2005 How Art Made the World (in person), 2005 First on the Moon: The Untold Story (Other), 2005 Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond (Other), 2005 Beyond the Moon: Failure Is Not an Option 2 (Other), 2005 60 Minutes (in person), 2004 One Small Step for Man (in person), 2004 Naked Science (Other), 2003 Unsere Besten (Other), 2003 The Truth Behind the Moon Landings: Stranger Than Fiction (Other), 2003 Sea of Silence (Other), 2003 Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention (in person), 2003 Failure Is Not an Option (Other), 2003 Days That Shook the World (Other), 2003 Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked (Other), 2002 Superstructures of America (Other), 2001 The Poor Ones and One Small Step (Other), 2000 What Happened on the Moon - An Investigation Into Apollo (Other), 2000 The Dish (Other), 1999 The Planets (Other), 1999 The Century: America's Time (Other), 1999 ABC 2000: The Millennium (in person), 1999 A Walk on the Moon (Other), 1997 Was It Only a Paper Moon (Other), 1997 Thrill Ride: The Science of Fun (Other), 1997 Contact (Other), 1997 Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life (Other), 1995 Apollo 13 (Other), 1994 Forrest Gump (Other), 1993 Tornadoes: The Entity (in person), 1993 The Tribute: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo & Skylab (in person), 1992 The Simpsons (Other), 1991 First Flights with Neil Armstrong (in person), 1990 The Other Side of the Moon (in person), 1989 The Moon Above, the Earth Below (Other), 1989 Moontrap (Other), 1989 For All Mankind (Other), 1988 The 1960's: Music, Memories & Milestones (Other), 1988 Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC (Other), 1987 Future Flight (in person), 1987 Biography (in person), 1983 A Good Turn Daily (Other), 1981 The Man Who Saw Tomorrow (Other), 1980 Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the (Other), 1979 Time After Time (Other), 1978 A Salute to American Imagination (in person), 1976 I, Tintin (Other), 1974 The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Bob Hope (in person), 1970 The Bob Hope Christmas Special (in person), 1970 The 12th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (in person), 1970 Moonwalk One (in person), 1969 The Sky at Night (in person), 1969 Kuustudio (in person)

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