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MANHATTAN (PIX11)-- The shirt a Navy SEAL wore in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is going on display at the Sept. 11 museum, along with a special coin given to a CIA officer who played a key role in finding him.

The items are going on view at the museum Sunday, days before the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

"It is impressive. " said Patti Smith who toured the memorial Sunday night.

A long with the shirt is a coin with a red X on the back signifying the elimination of a terror assailant.

Earlier in the day president Obama announced he will address the nation on his plans to deal with the terror group ISIS.

"What this is is similar to the kinds of counter terrorism campaign that we have been engaged in over the past 5,6, 7 years."

The president's address will take place on Wednesday, September 10th.

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