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Flight 93 National Memorial
Partners

The Flight 93 Advisory Commission is comprised of fifteen members, including family members, local residents and officials, national figures, and the Director of the National Park Service. Public Law 107-226 established the Commission as the legislated body with the authority to prepare “a report containing recommendations for the planning, design, construction, and long-term management of a permanent memorial at the crash site.”  The report is due to the Secretary of the Interior and Congress by September 2005. It is anticipated that the Secretary will swear in the Commission nominees in the late summer/early fall of this year.The Flight 93 Memorial Task Force provides a voice for all interested and concerned parties in planning and designing the memorial. The Task Force nominated members for the Flight 93 Advisory Commission and serves as the Commission’s operational arm. The Task Force’s approximately 80 – 90 members include family members, community members, first responders, educators, and other local, regional, and national stakeholders. This working group will provide all of the information and proposals necessary for the Advisory Commission to make its recommendations to the Secretary and Congress.

The Families of Flight 93, Inc. is a private non-profit 501(C) 3 organization established to assist in developing and sustaining a permanent memorial to the crew and passengers of United Airlines Flight 93.

The National Park Service is involved in all aspects of the planning and design of the memorial and will administer the Flight 93 National Memorial as a unit of the National Park System. The National Park Service will be the agency under which the Advisory Commission will operate.

The National Park Foundation has joined the partnership and administers the fundraising campaign. The congressionally-chartered Foundation is the national charitable partner of America’s national parks. Visit www.honorflight93.org to learn more about how you can help make the national memorial a reality.

All the partners would like to acknowledge the continued support they have received from Somerset County, Stonycreek Township and the Borough of Shanksville.