Apollo 16 Patch
Apollo 16 was the second “J” mission, with a lunar rover, extended-stay backpacks, and multiple EVAs. It was the first manned mission to a lunar highlands area, selected for sampling two volcanic constructional units of the highlands – the Cayley formation and the Kant Plateau.
Launch Vehicle: Saturn-V
Launch Date: April 16, 1972
Landed in Pacific Ocean on April 27, 1972
John W. Young, Commander
Charles M. Duke Jr., Lunar Module Pilot
Thomas K. Mattingly II, Command Module Pilot
Embroidered patch is 3” diameter.