Apollo 7, launched on October 11 1968, was the first mission in the Apollo
program to carry a crew into space. The Apollo 7 crew was commanded by Walter M.
Schirra, with Command Module Pilot Donn F.
Eisele, and Lunar Module Pilot R. Walter
Cunningham. Their mission was an 11-day Earth-orbital test flight to check out the
redesigned Module with a crew on board. Despite tension between the crew and
ground controllers, the mission was a complete technical success, giving NASA the confidence to launch Apollo 8 around the Moon two months later.
The original CPR dummy was created by using the face module of a girl that drowned in Paris around the late 1880’s, the unknown girl whose enigmatic smile is known to millions who have learned the kiss of life. -Source