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Harry Ong of San Francisco, Calif., snaps photos of names of  flight crew killed during the 9/11 attacks, after he took part in a private ceremony Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 at the C.R. Smith Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Two pins belonging to flight attendants aboard American Airlines Flight 77 were recovered from the Pentagon wreckage, and were returned to the airline and put on display at the museum. Ong is the father of Betty Ong, a flight attendant aboard Flight 11. (AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, G.J. McCarthy)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Harry Ong of San Francisco, Calif., snaps photos of names of flight crew killed during the 9/11 attacks, after he took part in a private ceremony Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 at the C.R. Smith Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Two pins belonging to flight attendants aboard American Airlines Flight 77 were recovered from the Pentagon wreckage, and were returned to the airline and put on display at the museum. Ong is the father of Betty Ong, a flight attendant aboard Flight 11. (AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, G.J. McCarthy) MANDATORY CREDIT

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