In 1969, Buzz Aldrin became the second person to walk on the moon. Aldrin was not, however, the second person to fill out boring paperwork. We may never know who holds that humble accolade, but now we know that everyone has to do it, even humanity's greatest explorers.
The retired astronaut had to document the type of vehicle he used between the moon and Cape Kennedy, Florida: a "government spacecraft."
Here's a closer shot of the hilariously obvious record:
As Aldrin noted in a comment reply on Facebook, Apollo 11 was an expensive trip, gas-wise, traveling "7 inches to the gallon":