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Item 6665 - ALT Flown and Crew-Signed Cue Card Catalog 526 (Apr 2018)

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Large color cue card flown aboard the Space Shuttle Enterprise on Free Flight no. 1 during the twelfth Approach and Landing Test (ALT) mission on August 12, 1977, measuring 10 x 10, showing a detailed flight map with procedure list to right side: "Pre Sep Check," "Pushover -1," "SCA Pushover," "Sep," "Abort Sep," and "Contingency Sep." The card is affixed to its original 20 x 16 presentation mount, which is inscribed in black felt tip, "To Don—Thanks for your outstanding leadership of the ALT Flight Control team which left the pleasure of flying Enterprise to us. Our only regret is that you couldn't go along too!," and signed by the four crew members (first name only): Fred "Freddo" Haise, Gordon "Gordo" Fullerton, "Joe" Engle, and "Richard" Truly. Also affixed to the cardstock mount is a photo of the Enterprise, an embroidered ALT-Enterprise crew patch, and a typed caption: "This cue card was installed in the cockpit of the Enterprise during ALT Free Flight 1, August 12, 1977." In very good to fine condition, with light adhesive staining, and creasing to the upper right corner. The recipient, Don Puddy, was a NASA engineer and manager who became the agency's tenth flight director. He served as a flight director during the Apollo 17, Skylab, and Apollo-Soyuz Test Project missions, as well as the first Space Shuttle mission.

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