Captain Armstrong’s colleagues, those who actually knew him, commemorate him in a way none of us ever could. Look at the Apollo 11 patch. It did not have the names of the astronauts on it as was customary, because Neil Armstrong, being the mission commander, wanted this mission to be about the greatness of America, not the astronauts, and watch the video of his compatriots talking about what a great and humble man he was.
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