Flight 93 National Memorial exhibit recalls first decade

The Flight 93 National Memorial has a new exhibit entitled Memories from the Memorial — Looking Back 2001-2011, which covers the evolution of the memorial from the initial tributes left on a chain link fence to the dedication of the official memorial ten years after the terrorist attack.

The Memorial marks the site and honors the 40 passengers and crew members of United Airlines Flight 93, who fought back against the hijackers during the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. The plane crashed in the rural field in Somerset County where the Memorial stands, reports Mary Pickels for the Tribune-Review.

The exhibit opens on July 13, 2019 and will be open select hours in the Flight 93 Learning Center.

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