The first battle line of defense against the jihad was waged over the skies of Shanksville PA. Never forget, never surrender. KGS
Flight 93 ‘heroes’ honored with 9/11 memorial
America paid tribute to the “forgotten heroes” of 9/11 on Saturday with the dedication of a national memorial to the 40 passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93.
A long white stone wall bearing the names of those who struggled with Al-Qaeda terrorists on the fourth airliner to be hijacked on September 11, 2001 was unveiled on the rural Pennsylvania field where the Boeing 757 crashed.
Then-president George W. Bush, his predecessor Bill Clinton and current Vice President Joe Biden joined families of the victims and several hundred others — many in patriotic T-shirts or holding US flags — under a slate gray sky.
Nightfall will see the solemn lighting of nearly 3,000 luminarias in memory of all those who died at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Shanksville.