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15 year old flying within US without photo ID

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Ironic, another questions about a teenager with a domestic ticket to fly within the US without a photo ID.

A 15 year old grandson who did have his HS ID photo card. He lost it. He did not get it replaced inspite of his mother's instructions. He is now at his fathers house and he is flying next week from the westcoast to the eastcoast of the US. He does not have a photo ID. Not sure which airline he is flying with.

So what will happen at the airport? Will he be allowed to board without a photo ID?
If he has to go through extensive security what does that entail. BTW, his father did not get a letter of permission from his mother to allow him to fly to the east coast. Will that add to the problem? Thanks for any information or thoughts.

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