Flag features 3,012 small American flags sewn together, one for each
victim of the 9/11 Attacks.
small flag measures 3" x 5" and carries the name of a
victim. The names were written on the flags by Boy Scouts and their
Fathers from Bucks County, PA.
Flag features the national flags of 86 nations, representing victims of
those nationalities lost in the 9/11 Attacks.
national flag measures 11" x 23". They were made by
students from five New York and New Jersey schools.
Flag features the emblems of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, New
York/New Jersey Port Authority, New York Police Department, Fire
Department of New York, the FBI and the New York Fire and Rescue &
Emergency Medical Technicians. Each of these organizations lost
members as a result of the 9/11 Attacks.
Flag also features the insignia of all branches of the U.S. Armed
the upper left corner of the Flag, where the field of stars would normally
be on a U.S. flag, are four American flags. These flags were all
flown simultaneously on December 21, 2001 to commemorate the victims of
the 9/11 Attacks.
flag in the uppermost left corner was flown over the U.S. Capital Building
in Washington, D.C., sponsored by Congressman Jim Greenwood. The
flag to the right of that one was flown over the New York Statehouse in Albany
New York, sponsored by Governor George Patacki. The flag below that
one was flown over the Bucks County Courthouse in Bucks County,
Pennsylvania. The flag to the left of that one was flown over the
Pennsylvania Statehouse in Harrisburg, PA, sponsored by Governor Mark
Schweiker and Senator Jack Conti.
Flag will continue to travel around the tri-state area and be displayed to
commemorate the victims of the 9/11 Attacks.
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