Apollo 16 John Young (right), Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke leave the suit-up room, probably headed for the elevator and certainly headed for the transfer van that will take them to the pad for the Countdown Demonstration Test.
Apollo 16 John Young (right) cuts into a lunar cake watched by Ken Mattingly (left) and Charlie Duke (partly hidden by Young).
Apollo 16 Ken Mattingly checks his wristwatch during suit-up for launch. 16 April 1972.
Houston, we have a solution: The frantic life-or-death scribblings by astronaut Jim Lovell that brought crippled Apollo 13 home
The original Apollo 13 crew. From left to right are: Commander, James A Lovell, Command Module pilot, Thomas K Mattingly and Lunar Module pilot Fred W Haise. Commander Lovel: Bring back traditional flying skills.
Apollo 16 Ken Mattingly sits for his formal Apollo 16 portrait. 1 October 1971