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You know I love my job -- superhero thing as well it.
And and just when I thought it couldn't get any better I was -- to -- an interview for special on the fortieth anniversary of the -- -- -- welcome them.
This is great stuff imagine sitting down in person with hero after hero among that.
The small handful of men who risked everything for a chance to discover the unknown.
Then let their families behind to put America ahead and ahead of the show's debut this Sunday at nine VM right here Fox News Channel.
Men who will never fail to inspire people.
All of you guys did these -- human feats.
Literally out of it in this world and stuff.
And never seemed to seek out.
Profiting off of your success unlike a shallow person like me who would look for every opportunity cut up.
You know that was our job at the time so we we really didn't expect to profit off of that.
Although Leland life magazine will -- -- on our door.
Two have exclusive interviews was sort of -- it was strange to me why they wanna do that.
And I -- go someplace.
To give a talk and here it is before admitted he flight.
And they were really weren't saying things I shouldn't have a bit of flight -- a live -- and why is -- wanna hear me people.
It was like he didn't you resisted those celebrities and you know.
I think it's much better to do it that way it's just -- part of the problem -- great program so -- we can all be proud of the.
Fact that we have in America.
Something which has always been part of us and that's teamwork we got paid like Gabrielle -- lieutenant colonel and I thought I had a great deal because.
My buddies were in Vietnam didn't shot at earning their money and I was had this great adventure and that'd -- and we were comfortable but we didn't volunteer.
For fame or fortune.
Fame is fleeting we are hardly ever -- last.
As like movie stars.
Or sports figures.
We have showed up in TV with spacesuits own and it's hard to recognize your face -- -- places.
We didn't do it for fortune nobody gave us a million dollars to go to the moon.
But a trip to the moon was in military terminology temporary duty and for temporary duty they pay you for being -- potential back then -- -- -- right was when he found dollars a day and going to the moon was eleven days there and back and and so well -- 275 bucks.
However government quarters and meals -- -- so they deducted that part.
And I got a check from NASA for like thirteen dollars and seven for -- instantly once.
That's -- extra.
You know I have done a lot of fun things that Fox News it's sort of like a -- old candy store here but -- I have to say in my idea more than sixteen years here.
This was the most fun I have ever had.
Talking to these heroes re living -- -- dreams Sunday night 9 PM.
On this network forty years after man last walked on the moon talking to the heroes who got us there and what's happened to us since but --
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