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Apollo 13 Flown Command Module Equipment Locker Strap

Command Module Equipment Locker Strap flown around the Moon aboard the Apollo 13 Command Module, Oddysey in April 1971.

Framed below a 20x16 photo of the damaged service Module signed by Jim Lovell

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This strap, made of heavy weave synthetics, 7.5 x 1 inches with metal end-plate connectors flew around the Moon as part of the Apollo 13 A8 Command Module Equipment Locker.

The A8 locker (Part #V36-787084) was mounted on the aft bulkhead of the Command Module below the crew couches. This locker had four storage areas with outer doors labels which included: Return 70mm Camera, 70mm Film Mag, Lunar Surf Camera, 16mm Mag, Transfer Bag, Decontam Bag, Rock Samp Container, Headset, Exerciser, and Pilot Preference Kit.

Comes with copies of NASA transfer and Smithsonian Air and Space Museum deaccession papers plus an image of the actual flown A8 locker. (see below) The strap has been signed by Fred Haise with 'Apollo 13' added, and the 20x16 photo of the damaged Service Module has been hand signed by Jim Lovell with 'Houston We've Had A Problem' added.

Framed using archival materials, along with two AB Emblem 4 inch patches and brass plaque.

Overall framed size is 25x25 inches





The Apollo 13 Flown A8 Command Module Equipment Locker from which the strap originated








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