An All-Navy Crew Flew Second Mission to the Moon

Winkler, David F.
November 2009
Sea Power;Nov2009, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p50
Information on the National Capital Region 234th U.S. Navy birthday celebration hosted by the National Capital Council and the Naval Historical Foundation of the Navy League of the United States that was held in Alexandria, Virginia on October 24, 2009 is presented. The event saluted the Navy in space during the 40th anniversary year of Apollo 11 including Neil A. Armstrong, Edwin Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. It stresses that the event brought sailors, veterans and the greater Navy family.


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