FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. — When Amy Moore saw her husband’s commanding general and a chaplain getting out of a vehicle parked in front of her home, she expected the worst.

“At that point, I knew because my husband was flying that day,” she said of the visit in November 2004, the Monday after Thanksgiving. “I asked if there was any hope for survivors and they replied, ‘no.’”

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