Sofia, Bulgaria (PressExposure) October 08, 2009 -- âNeil Armstrong draws upon the lessons he learned and shows companies the need to adapt to tomorrowâs situation in todayâs worldâ â says Christina Vlahova, head of the CSA Celebrity Speakers Bulgaria office â âAnd we are very happy to be able to offer our clients across Eastern Europe the possibility to invite Neil Armstrong to their conferences and events and to have the opportunity to learn directly from him.â
Learning to fly as a teenager, Neil Armstrong has been involved in flight all his life. He is a Korean War veteran, having flown 78 combat missions while in the United States Navy. He then spent 17 years with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as an engineer, test pilot, astronaut and administrator. As a test pilot at NASAâs Flight Research Centre at Edwards, California, Neil was a project pilot on many pioneering high speed aircraft, including the well known X-15 which flew to 6400 Kilometres per hour and over 60 Kilometres altitude.
He motivates business executives to break barriers and try the impossible while working together. According to Neil, âdedicated people, working together, can achieve the unimaginable.â
CSA Celebrity Speakers Bulgaria is the leading speakersâ bureau in Eastern Europe and is part of the Celebrity Speakers Associates (CSA) global network of speaker bureaux, entrusted with the management of speakersâ services, who are among the worldâs most outstanding personalities from the field of professional business, academia, politics, sport, entertainment and the arts.
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Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon, is an icon of the 20th century. Becoming an astronaut in 1962, he was involved in various space program firsts, including commanding the Gemini 8 flight in 1966 when he performed the first successful docking of two vehicles in space. Later, as the commander of Apollo 11, he with colleagues Mike Collins and Buzz Aldrin, completed the first landing mission to the moon. For his achievement he received the Medal of Freedom, the highest award a US civilian.