DescriptionApollo 16 Command Module Flown Beta Cloth Crew Patch Signed by Charles Duke. The patch, with the crew emblem, was carried by Charles Duke, Jr. in his CM-PPK (Personal Preference Kit) aboard the Command Module Casper. It remained there for the five-day stay in lunar orbit, April 19-24, 1972. The patch is 9" x 9" and is inscribed and signed by Duke, "This Beta Cloth Apollo 16 patch was flown to the moon aboard the Command Module "Casper" where it remained for our five day stay in Lunar Orbit, April 19-24, 1972 Charles M. Duke, Jr.". From the collection of Charles M. Duke, Jr., who has included a handwritten and signed Letter of Certification verifying its provenance.
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