United States Marshals Museum receives 9/11 items

The Arkansas-based United States Marshals Museum has been given a piece of World Trade Center steel; an American flag that was flown at the site of the World Trade Center on September 24, 2019 (the anniversary of the US Marshals’ Service); and two photos of the recovery efforts.

David Kennedy of the United States Marshals Museum told Gary Gilbert for KNWA,“We are humbled to receive this donation from such an important moment in the history of the U.S. Marshals Service and our nation.  These items have a special meaning given their source, and we look forward to using them to tell the story of the incredible job done by the Marshals Service.”

More than 50 US Marshals worked at the World Trade Center recovery operations.

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