General Stafford was selected among the second group of astronauts in September 1962 by NASA to participate in Projects Gemini and Apollo. He has flown on four space missions, logging a total of 507 hours and 43 minutes in space. He has flown over 127 different types of aircraft and helicopters and four different types of spacecraft.
Astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo 10 commander.
Eugene A. Cernan
Lunar Module Pilot
Captain Cernan was one of 14 astronauts selected by NASA in October 1963, and flew on 3 missions over his NASA Career: Gemini 9A, Apollo 10, and Apollo 14. He logged 566 hours and 15 minutes in space, of which more than 73 hours were spent on the surface of the Moon.
Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot for Apollo 10.
John W. Young
Command Module Pilot
In September 1962, John W. Young was selected as an astronaut in NASA’s second astronaut group. He is the first person to fly in space six times from Earth, and seven times counting his lunar liftoff. He has logged more than 15,275 hours flying time in props, jets, helicopters, rocket jets, more than 9,200 hours in T-38s, and six space flights of 835 hours.