The wings and a pin from a flight attendant on the hijacked American Airline flight 77 are on display at American’s CR Smith Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. "It’s a symbol that brings all of the flight crews together. It hasn’t been identified, so it really belongs to all of us," said visitor Cathie Ong. Ong's sister was the head flight attendant on American Flight 11, which hit into the North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11.
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