Of course, things have changed since 1969, but I do think the principles and essence of what Neil and his team demonstrated should be applied to today's leadership because, as it stands, there's a lot that needs to be learned.
Guilty until proven innocent? Surely I have that wrong? Yet that is how the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and some sections have chosen to perceive Lance Armstrong. Personally, I am doubtful of the allegations.
If the moon landings were awesome, we know we have more computing power now in our mobile phones. If the speed of Apollo 11 was stupendous, in the blink of an eye we can now send pictures around the world of a prince behaving like a plonker.