SURABYA, Indonesia - Crews searching the Java Sea for the wreckage of AirAsia flight 8501 found what appears to a piece of the plane's fuselage on Friday.
Indonesian officials say search teams have pulled 30 bodies from the water.
There were 162 souls on board when the plane disappeared from radar.
Once the bodies are recovered, they are placed in a casket with a number and flown back to Surabaya, Indonesia, for identification.
Casket number four is no longer nameless.
It belongs to Khairunisa Haidar Fauzie, a flight attendant and the first crew member to be identified.
'Nisa,' as her parents liked to call her, loved her job that took her hundreds of miles away from the family home in Sumatra.
"It's her dream. It's fun. She's never complained. She already knew the risk," said Rohana Fauzie, Khairunisa's mother
Also traveling on the doomed flight were 46 members of the Mawar Sharon Church, a Protestant denomination with about 45,000 members across Indonesia.
The church members, who were ready to ring in the new year in Singapore, were not all traveling together.
It was just a coincidence so many of the group ended up on the flight.
"Some things that happen in our lives we just don't understand what God's intent is,' said pastor Lianggono Tejo Bunarto.
None of the bodies of the 46 church members have been recovered yet, mostly due to storms and high waves.
Officials narrowed the search to a 2,000 sq. mile area in the Java Sea.
Three ships will scan the area with special sonar and underwater towing devices that can locate those very-important 'pings' from the jet's 'black boxes.'
Until those are recovered, what happened to Flight 8501 remains a mystery.