• Wall of Names, part of the Memorial Plaza at the crash site

    Flight 93

    National Memorial Pennsylvania

Planning Archive

Mission Statement
The purpose of this document was to lay the foundation for the planning and development of the Flight 93 National Memorial. It was developed through the collaborative efforts of the families of the passengers and crew of Flight 93, local residents, national leaders, the National Park Service and the general public. Read the Mission Statement.

 

Newsletters

Date Title/Description

10-Jul-2006 Newsletter #5 -- July 2006 full size version - (11x17 pages)

10-Jul-2006 Newsletter #5 -- July 2006 online version - (8.5x11 pages)

29-Nov-2005 Newsletter #4 -- November 2005 full size version - (11 x 17 pages)

29-Nov-2005 Newsletter #4 -- November 2005 online version - (8.5 x 11 pages)

11-May-2005 Newsletter #3 -- May 2005 full size version - (11x17 pages)

12-May-2005 Newsletter #3 -- May 2005 online version - (8.5x11 pages)

12-Aug-2004 Newsletter #2 -- June 2004 full size version - (11x17 pages)

12-Aug-2004 Newsletter #2 -- June 2004 online version - (8.5x11 pages)

08-Sep-2003 Newsletter #1 - Sept 2003 full size version - (11x17 pages)

 

Phased Plan for Construction
By late 2011-early 2012, the phased plan was outdated due to the progress made in the areas of construction and fundraising and was retired. Explore the complete elements and learn about current progress.

Phased Plan for Construction
Phased Plan from Western Overlook exhibit panels

Did You Know?

Recovery personnel ringing the

In past September 11 ceremonies, first responders, community leaders and recovery workers have participated by ringing the "Bells of Remembrance." The bells ring during the time of the crash, 10:03 AM, while the names of Flight 93 crew and passengers are read aloud.