Neil Armstrong 1930-2012
The world and our nation have lost a great man that will be remembered throughout time.
Neil Armstrong symbolizes making the impossible happen through the ingenuity, vision, engineering science, sheer determination, and the will of the America people to put a man on the Moon.
It was the dawn of the reality of our world’s imagination in space and the inspiration for millions upon millions across the world to stretch and break their limitations.
Neil Armstrong’s step on the Moon was the single most influential driver of our civilian government and military team that resulted in the United States clear superiority and dominance in space that continues to exist today.
Neil Armstrong represented conquering an impossible quest that enlightened our world and inspired all by captivating what the human mind can do while capturing the collective will to be in space and explore the universe.
May God bless him and his family for having such a humble man to lead our generation.
“That’s One Small step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind”
-July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong
- Cooperating with Japan on Missile Defense
- Congressional Roundtable Discussion Series
- Addressing the Air and Ballistic Missile Threat to Europe
- Developing a Space-Based Sensor Layer for Missile Defense
- MDAA Congressional Roundtable: Future BMD Systems
- MDAA Congressional Roundtable: Missile Defense in the Pacific
- The Navy’s Contribution to Ballistic Missile Defense
- Congressional Roundtable Discussion: Addressing the North Korean Ballistic Missile Threat to the United States
- Reception Events
- Anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative Speech
- Arizona Breakfast of Champions
- Ballistic Missile Defense Breakfast of Champions in Pascagoula, Mississippi
- Huntsville Breakfast of Champions
- New Jersey Reception of Champions in Camden, New Jersey
- Recognition of the Tenth Anniversary of the Operational Aegis BMD System
- Missile Defender of the Year Award Ceremonies
- Write Your Representative
- Admiral Wayne E. Meyer 1926-2009
- Bill Walsh 1931-2007
- Chris Taylor 1949-2011
- Dr. Julian Davidson 1927-2013
- Dr. William Van Cleave 1935-2013
- Lt. Gen. Larry J. Dodgen 1949-2010
- Major General John G. Rossi 1961-2016
- Mrs. Nancy Reagan
- Neil Armstrong 1930-2012
- Petty Officer 2nd Class Mark A. Mayo 1989-2014
- Senator Theodore Stevens 1923-2010
- Missile Defense Review