Visitors to the 2007 September 11th Commemorative Ceremony gather around the “Flight 93 Flag” and share their experience of September 11. (Photo by Chuck Wagner)
A bunker coat from the Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department left at the temporary memorial. The Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department was the first unit on the scene in the minutes after the crash of Flight 93. (Photo by Kathie E. Shaffer)
One of the many distinguishing characteristics of the Flight 93 National Memorial is the seasonal variation of the native trees throughout its landscape. The design highlights this feature and will supplement it with a major reforestation effort throughout the site, planting over 140,000 trees at the former coal mine. (Photo by Chuck Wagner)
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