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ID: 060509-D-9880W-063 Service Depicted: Other Service Command Shown: DOD

Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England (3rd from right), Thomas Heidenberger (2nd from left), and other airline employees place a wreath near the site of the impact of American Airlines Flight 77 at the Pentagon as Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld (right) watches on May 9, 2006. The cyclists departed Los Angeles on April 2, and dedicated each of the 33 days of the ride to the memory of a particular airline crewmember killed in the terrorist actions of Sept. 11, 2001. DoD photo by R. D. Ward. (Released)
Camera Operator: ROBERT D. WARD Date Shot: 9 May 2006
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57565309homas Heidenberger chats with U.S. Airways flight attendents Gail Bartlett Marty Spina c

1 57565212A bicycle rider observes the future site of the Pentagon Memorial outside the Pentagon during an c event to mark the finish of Airline Ride Across America May 9, 2006 in

1 57565208Sheri Burlingame whose husband captain Charles Burlingame of Flight 77 was c killed when the p Pentagon on 9-11, is greeted by Bill Kelly of Long Beach Island, NJ, whose son Bill Jr. was ,

(From left): Major Mark Clark, an air liaison officer based out of Denver, Colo., along with Robert McGee, Paul Guttenberg, and Tom Heidenberger, arrive at Dyess Wednesday evening after riding from Midland, Texas. The team is riding approximately 100 miles per day across the United States in honor of the crewmembers who died on four flights September 11, 2001. They are riding from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. They began their journey April 2 and plan to arrive at the Pentagon May 9 at 1:30 p.m. Their ambitious 33-day trek dedicates one day to each of the crewmembers who died that day.

1 57564830Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld speaks as Deputy Secretary of c Defense Gordon England

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