FILE – In this Jan. 27, 1982, file photo, Lennie Skutnik, center front, the man who jumped into the Potomac River and saved one of the passengers aboard the Air Florida jetliner that crashed on January 13 receives applause from first lady Nancy Reagan and his wife, second from left, in House chamber on Capitol Hall in Washington. The applause came when President Ronald Reagan made mention of the event while making his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. One of the 5 things to know about the State of the Union is that Reagan was the first president to make a strategic shout-out to someone in the balcony. (AP Photo/File)

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