APOLLO - SOYUZ CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LT. GENERAL THOMAS P. STAFFORD, MAJOR DONALD "DEKE" SLAYTON, VANCE BRAND - HFSID 158131
APOLLO-SOYUZ AMERICAN CREW: THOMAS P. STAFFORD, DONALD SLAYTON and VANCE BRAND Signature of the Americans involved in the first joint United States-Soviet Union space mission Commemorative Envelope signed: "Tom Stafford", "D.K.
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APOLLO-SOYUZ AMERICAN CREW: THOMAS P. STAFFORD, DONALD SLAYTON and VANCE BRAND Signature of the Americans involved in the first joint United States-Soviet Union space mission Commemorative Envelope signed: "Tom Stafford", "D.K. Slayton" and "Vance Brand" 6½x3½. Space cover honoring the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). 10¢ stamp affixed at upper right, pictorially postmarked at Norfolk, Virginia, July 24, 1975, APOLLO SOYUZ SPACE MISSION/U.S. NAVY RECOVERY FORCE-ATLANTIC. Rubber-stamped cachet commemorates the U.S. Navy Recovery Force Atlantic. Three American astronauts were launched aboard Apollo and two Soviet cosmonauts aboard Soyuz 19 on July 15, 1975. After linking up in space on July 17th, they conducted experiments, shared meals and held a joint news conference. Soyuz made a soft landing in Russia on July 21, 1975. THOMAS P. STAFFORD (b.1930) was the commander and DONALD SLAYTON (1924-1993) was the docking module pilot of Apollo 18. VANCE BRAND (b.1931) was the command module pilot of Apollo 18. Apollo splashed down in the Atlantic on July 24, 1975, the day this envelope was postmarked. Fine condition.
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