Found September 05, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
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According to @GoldandBlackcom, the Purdue Boiler Makers plan to use these Neil Armstrong helmet stickers in their upcoming game. Armstrong received his undergraduate from Purdue and his graduate degree from USC. This is a pretty cool way to honor the first man on the moon. Armstrong was a part of Apollo 11 with Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. The Apollo 11 capsule was launched by a Saturn V rocket from Kennedy Space Center, FL. Armstrong’s often misquoted first words on the moon are one of the most famous in history. It’s a great gesture by Purdue to honor Neil in this way after his recent passing.
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