Gordon Felt has been working for 14 years to see his brother, Edward, and all 40 passengers and crew who were aboard United Airlines Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, honored properly.
Four years ago, Mr. Felt, president of the Families of Flight 93 organization, got to see that done when the Memorial Plaza opened in Stonycreek, Somerset County, attended by the last three U.S. presidents.
But Mr. Felt and the families have also long sought to see the story told of what their loved ones endured on that plane, and how what happened that day fit into the larger story of international terrorism.
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