I once heard a soldier being decorated for heroism say that the real heroes were the ones who were buried overseas and would never come back. This place evokes that same sentiment. We arrived at 2:55 PM and there is a talk by the ranger twice a day (1:00 and 3:00) which really made the memorial come alive. He talked about the people on the plane, their thoughts, their lives. He held up pictures of them so we got to know the real people. I would certainly recommend looking up the times of this talk and planning accordingly. In the midst of a peaceful Pennsylvania field these 40 people gave their lives rather than let further damage be done. You owe it to them to visit the memorial and say a quiet prayer of thanks.
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