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

    Flight 93

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Private sector support for America's national parks is a tradition as old as the parks themselves. Even before the establishment of the National Park Service in 1916, citizens were stepping forward to protect special places that exemplify the country's heritage.

 
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The Flight 93 National Memorial already has a rich tradition of citizen involvement. Volunteer "Ambassadors" have been greeting visitors to the temporary memorial since 2001. Other volunteers assist with our oral history project or with caring for the tribute collection. Become a volunteer.

 
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Friends of Flight 93
The Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial is a varied group, including family and friends of the passengers and crew of Flight 93, people nationwide who have been inspired by the story, and many residents of Western Pennsylvania who wish to be part of the park's mission in a hands-on way. Learn more

 
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Flight 93 National Memorial Campaign

The National Memorial is being built through a public-private partnership with approximately half the funds coming from the private sector. The National Park Foundation, the congressionally-charted partner of the National Park Service, is leading a national campaign to raise the necessary private funds. To donate or learn more, please visit www.honorflight93.org or call 202.354.6488.

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...