Remembering 9/11: The fighter pilot on a suicide mission to take down Flight 93

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ABC News published this video item, entitled “Remembering 9/11: The fighter pilot on a suicide mission to take down Flight 93” – below is their description.

ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks with Heather Penney, who in 2001 was a rookie F-16 fighter pilot whose mission was to ram her unarmed jet into hijacked United Flight 93.

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