Buzz Aldrin Had to File an Expense Report for His Trip to the Moon
Bureaucracy doesn’t stop for world-changing events like, say, landing on the moon. Shortly after becoming the second person to walk on the lunar surface, astronaut Buzz Aldrin was still subject to the mundane indignities of filling out his expense reports.
The astronaut, who retired in 1971, has tweeted out images of memorabilia from his historic journey. Aldrin requested reimbursement for $33.31 in travel expenses incurred while traveling to and from Cape Kennedy in Florida.
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 30, 2015
[h/t: The Guardian]