“Fourteen years after people on board the hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 forced the plane into the ground as terrorists aimed it toward Washington, their story is on display for the of visitors who come to central Pennsylvania each year to visit the #Flight93 National Memorial. What began as little more than a chain-link fence surrounding a debris field has become a full-fledged national #monument, financed by a public-private partnership and operated by the @nationalparkservice. If the view of the field invites quiet contemplation, the new visitor center urges careful study. In display cases along 10 walls, curators of the small museum document how #Sept11 began, in the words of a local teacher, as “a beautiful September morning with a blue sky.” @bengville photographed a flag left along the path leading to the memorial, which opens to the public this morning.” By nytimes on Instagram.
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