Flight 93 National Memorial

Pittsburgh Steelers Remember the Heroes of Flight 93

On November 17, 2010, Pittsburgh Steelers great Rocky Bleier led a contingent of the http://gejascafe.com/?p=buy-viagra-canadian-pharmacy Black and Gold and hosted a ‘ website Forty for Forty‘ dinner at Heinz Field to honor the heroes of United Airlines Flight 93.

Yesterday, as part of the CBS pregame show, NFL Today buy tadalafil aired a segment to document the Steelers’ commitment to help raise money for the Flight 93 memorial just outside of Shanksville.

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Updated September 25, 2014: You can donate to the Flight 93 Memorial here.

Will Brinson of CBS Sports writes:

The passengers on the plane became legendary heroes, as they should have. Art Rooney, II, of the Steelers, and CBS Sports’ Bill Cowher (at the time the Pittsburgh head coach) took the team to see the family members and the Steelers team, as well as Steelers legends like Franco Harris, made a connection with the families involved. They honored the passengers by helping create a memorial in tribute to those who gave their lives to help save our country.

David Beamer: Will you join me as ‘One of a Million’ for the 40 of Flight 93?

One of a Million for the 40 of Flight 93

July 16, 2008

My Fellow American,

Once upon a time it was September 11, 2001, and our homeland came under attack. On that fateful Tuesday morning 40 free people, the passengers and crew aboard United Flight 93, seized the opportunity to launch a counterattack against our enemy. Though each of the 40 — including our son Todd — was killed in action, together they succeeded in preventing the additional loss of life on the ground and, most likely, further disaster in our nation’s Capital. This day, this event, this true story of courage in action needs to be remembered and told to future generations of Americans and free people from everywhere.