So this is the guy who never, ever talks about his Apollo experiences, huh?
It was a good talk. I've seen him speak in person. He's not a natural public speaker, but few people are. He seems most at ease when talking about an engineering project where he was just one of many participants, and I think that's just his nature. Just about every Apollo astronaut reminded the public that they were only the visible tip of hundreds of thousands of hard working people who made it all happen, but Armstrong probably took that to heart more than any other.
He didn't really have to remind this audience that it was him we see ejecting from the LLRV. His only direct reference was a wry comment at the end about having had the privilege of flying every kind of vehicle in the program -- including the Weber ejection seat (though not by choice).
"The Society of Experimental Test Pilots (SETP) Reflections Presentation by Neil Armstrong on September 29, 2007 at the 51st Symposium in Anaheim, CA: "Prototyping a Lunar Lander" -- The LLRV (Lunar landing Research Vehicle) and LLTV (Lunar Landing Training Vehicle) Projects"