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

    Flight 93

    National Memorial Pennsylvania


The temporary Flight 93 Memorial on September 11, 2006

Memorial Event 9/11/06


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Plant-a-Tree at Flight 93 - 2014 Press Kit

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Capital Campaign News

The memorial is being built through a public-private partnership. The Flight 93 National Memorial Capital Campaign has recently made some exciting announcements as it seeks to raise $30 million from philanthropic individuals, corporations, and foundations to enable the construction of the Flight 93 National Memorial. Visit www.honorflight93.org for more information.

Did You Know?

Looking over the U.S. Capitol at The Mall in Washington DC

On September 11, 2001 United Flight 93 was only 20 minutes flight time from the nation's capital when the passengers and crew of the plane rushed the cockpit in an effort to overpower the hijackers. Flight 93 crashed in a field outside the town of Shanksville in rural southwestern Pennsylvania. More...