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September 11, 2001, transformed the 21st century when 19 terrorists boarded and hijacked 4 airplanes, using them to attack America. The 4th hijacked plane, United Airlines Flight 93, crashed in rural Pennsylvania, just 80-miles east of Pittsburgh.
Flight 93 National Memorial is a place to learn about the 40 passengers and crew members of Flight 93 whose actions thwarted the hijackers’ attempt to target Washington, DC, and most likely the US Capitol. The memorial is a place to walk beside their final resting place and honor the extraordinary courage of those who fought back against the terrorists.
Flight 93 National Memorial
Landmarks & Historical Buildings
I never thought I would be visiting here, but a road trip was bringing me through the area. I imagined that there would be something here. Perhaps a wall of...
Well off the beaten path in Stoystown, PA is the somber, but very well designed Flight 93 National Memorial. Under the jurisdiction of the National Parks...
Well off the beaten path, but extremely worthwhile to visit to understand a lesser known chapter of the 9/11 tragedy. I really appreciated how they put the...