Ensign Neil A. Armstrong, US Navy, (future NASA astronaut and first man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission) tells Col. Carlson A. Roberts, USMC, and two other unidentified men of the trouble which led him to bail out of his F9F "Panther" jet over Korea, September 18, 1951.

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Ensign Neil A. Armstrong, US Navy, (future NASA astronaut and first man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission) tells Col. Carlson A. Roberts, USMC, and two other unidentified men of the trouble which led him to bail out of his F9F "Panther" jet over Korea, September 18, 1951. Stock Photo
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Ensign Neil A. Armstrong, US Navy, (future NASA astronaut and first man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission) tells Col. Carlson A. Roberts, USMC, and two other unidentified men of the trouble which led him to bail out of his F9F "Panther" jet over Korea, September 18, 1951.
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