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FILE - This June 2016, file photo shows wreckage from a U.S. Air Force that bomber crashed on Emigrant Peak in southwestern Montana on July 23, 1962, killing four men during a training run. The wreckage still remains on a remote section of the peak. Emigrant, Montana resident Bryan Wells, has succeeded in his efforts to create a memorial for the men who died. The U.S. House of Representatives on Sept. 21, 2020, passed a bill naming the crash site as "B-47 Ridge." The U.S. Senate has already passed the bill and it is awaiting the signature of President Donald Trump.(Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Bozeman Daily Chronicle via AP, FILE)

FILE - This June 2016, file photo shows wreckage from a U.S. Air Force that bomber crashed on Emigrant Peak in southwestern Montana on July 23, 1962, killing four men during a training run. The wreckage still remains on a remote section of the peak. Emigrant, Montana resident Bryan Wells, has succeeded in his efforts to create a memorial for the men who died. The U.S. House of Representatives on Sept. 21, 2020, passed a bill naming the crash site as "B-47 Ridge." The U.S. Senate has already passed the bill and it is awaiting the signature of President Donald Trump.(Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Bozeman Daily Chronicle via AP, FILE)

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