Col. Joseph Alon (left) was an ace fighter pilot in Israel. He is shown here in 1969 with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan (center) and Mordechai Hod, commander of the Israeli air force. (Alon family via Associated Press)
Israeli military attache Joseph Alon poses with daughters Rachel (foreground), Yael (center) and Dalia outside their home in Chevy Chase, Md., in 1973, the year he mysteriously was shot to death in his driveway. (AP Photo/Courtesy of the Alon family)
Rachel Alon-Margalit (left) and her older sister Yael Alon-Rosenshain, daughters of Israeli air force military attache Joseph Alon, who was killed outside their Chevy Chase home in 1973, are pictured at the home of a friend as they prepare for the screening of a documentary on the case. (T.J. Kirkpatrick/The Washington Times)
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