Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was honored by Purdue University in a ceremony to dedicate the Neil Armstrong Hall of… read more
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was honored by Purdue University in a ceremony to dedicate the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering. Mr. Armstrong and the many other astronauts attending were graduates of Purdue University.
The national anthem was sung by twelve-year old Joshua Campbell. close
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People in this video
- Cordova, France A. President Purdue University
- Jamieson, Leah H. Dean Purdue University->College of Engineering
- Pyle, David Student Purdue University->Engineering
- Steiner, Jill Student Member Purdue University->Board of Trustees
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