Terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners on September 11, 2001. Of the four attempts to attack American soil and property, one failed: Flight 93. In an unusual act of bravery, the passengers of the flight took the situation into their own hands, deciding to attack the attackers to take back the plane. The aircraft ended up crashing in Pennsylvania, killing all on board.
Located at the crash site, the Flight 93 National Memorial provides exhibits and a Learning Center to commemorate the brave men and women who prevented destruction by standing resolutely against terrorism.
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