MINIATURE IBI FUIMUS EMBLEM FROM APOLLO 14.
Flown emblem decal, 2 x 1 inches. Laminated onto a printed card, 4½ x 3 inches.
The card features a drawing of an astronaut holding the U.S. flag and reads: "Apollo 14 Kittyhawk / Antares. Flown to the moon and back. Alan B. Shepard, Jr., Edgar D. Mitchell, Stuart A. Roosa. The third flag on the moon." The flown decal is on the right side of the card and illustrates a masked eagle over a shield with the moon and data transmission "bit bucket." The Latin phase "IBI FUIMUS" is written along the bottom meaning: "There, We Shall Be." It was one of the logos of the Manned Spacecraft Flight Network (MSFN). This network was a world wide system of telemetry stations for data transmission to and from astronauts in earth orbit or during a journey to the moon.
SIGNED on verso by McCafferty (Riley) who was a leading member of the Flight Simulator Division at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. He has added the date of: "5/12/71."