Astronaut Buzz Aldrin will be taking his moon walk to the streets of New York City for the annual Veterans Day Parade.
Buzz Aldrin is many things: engineer, Air Force veteran, second man on the moon and, as of June 30, comic relief during what an otherwise awkward White House briefing.
Buzz Aldrin, the legendary astronaut who became the second man ever to walk on the Moon, will be strutting his stuff on a different stage: the catwalk.
Retired Air Force Col. Edwin Aldrin, commonly known as “Buzz,” is a national treasure. Half a century ago, the former fighter pilot from the Korean War became the second person to walk on the face of the moon during the Apollo 11 mission.
It's been 47 years since Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, and 14 years since he punched this lunar conspiracy theorist in the face.