Flight 93 National Memorial Pennsylvania Info Alerts Maps Calendar Fees A common field one day. A field of honor forever. On Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001, the U.S. came under attack when four commercial airliners were hijacked and used to strike targets on the ground. Nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives.
A national memorial was created to honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93, who stopped the terrorists from reaching their target by fighting the hijackers. A temporary memorial to the 40 victims was established soon after the crash. The first phase of the permanent memorial was completed, opened, and dedicated on September 10, 2011. 
Flight 93 National Memorial Pennsylvania Flight 93 WALL OF NAMES Names of the Passengers and crew members of United Airlines Flight 93 are engraved in the white marble wall (above). NPS / WAGNER CREW MEMBERS CAPTAIN, JASON M. DAHL • FIRST OFFICER, LEROY HOMER • FLIGHT ATTENDANT: LORRAINE G. BAY • SANDY WAUGH BRADSHAW •
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A fourth aircraft, United Airlines Flight 93, crashed into an open field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, killing all passengers, crew members, and terrorists on board. The four aircraft strikes killed nearly 3,000 people, the deadliest attack on American soil by a foreign entity. This is the Flight 93 Story. It began as just an ordinary day...
Flight 93 National Memorial Pennsylvania Calendar NPS.gov Learn About the Park Learn About the Park History & Culture Explore the stories and people of Flight 93 and September 11 in more depth. Photos & Multimedia Watch videos, view photo galleries, and explore interactive elements to find out more about the stories of Flight 93 and the memorial.
Flight 93 National Memorial | National Park Foundation A common field one day, a field of honor forever. We honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93 who perished in a Pennsylvania field on September 11, 2001. Their courageous action will be remembered forever. — Congressional Gold Medal A Field of Honor Forever
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Flight 93 National Memorial serves as our nation’s tribute to the passengers and crew of Flight 93, providing visitors the opportunity to explore the story of Flight 93 through exhibits and unique outdoor architectural features. Upon driving into the memorial, visitors can spot the site’s latest dedicated feature, the Tower of Voices.