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    Gemini 3 Flown Checklist Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Pilot John Young, Signed and Certified. A fourteen page list on heavy 3.375" x 8" cardstock, single hole punched at upper left and held together by a binder ring. A series of checklists and charts giving instructions and information for each crewmember as to tasks to perform at various points in the flight. Page titles include: "Premain/ Post-Main Checklist", "Post Landing Checklist", "TR-5 (min) Checklist", "TR-1 (min) Checklist", "Insertion Checklist", and "Preretro Checklist". Under each of these, there are separate routines for "C" (Command Pilot Gus Grissom) and "P" (Pilot John Young). Gemini 3 was the first U.S. two-man mission, March 23, 1965. Young has signed on the "Premain" page: "Flown: GT-3/ John W. Young". Excellent condition.



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