SATURN V LAUNCH AND LUNAR FLIGHT - THREE CUE CARDS USED BY FRED HAISE.
All cue cards are INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the reverse side with: "Apollo 16 CSM panel cue card used during training by FRED HAISE, Apollo 16 BU CDR."
"SATURN BOOST," issued on March 8, 1972, 5 by 3 ½ inches. "NOMINAL SIVB TLI 2" and "Manual SIVB TLI 2" cue cards, both issued on February 10, 1972 and both are 4 by 2 ½ inches. All designed for the planned (and actual) April 16, 1972 launch date of Apollo 16. Each have column headers in black bold print such as DET (Digital Event Timer), the Greek symbol Theta (for flight path angle), VI (Velocity Indicator), H "dot" (rate of altitude change), and H (current altitude). The column values are either in minutes/seconds, degrees, feet, or nautical miles.