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View Quote Title card: Of the four aircraft hijacked that day, United 93 was the only one that did not reach its target. It crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania at 10:03am. No one survived. Military commanders were not notified that United 93 had been hijacked until four minutes after it had crashed. The nearest fighter jets were 100 miles away. At 10:18am, the President authorized the military to engage hijacked aircraft. Fearing an accidental shoot down, military commanders chose not to pass the order to pilots in the air. By 12:06pm every civilian airliner over America had been forced to land. Amidst an unprecedented military mobilization, US airspace was closed until further notice. Dedicated to the memory of all those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
View Quote Ahmed Al Nami: [to Saeed in Arabic] The passengers have gone to the back of the plane. They are talking together.
Saeed Al Ghamdi: [to Ziad in Arabic] What are we going to do? If they are planning an attack.
Ziad Jarrah: [In Arabic] Oh God! Oh God!
Saeed Al Ghamdi: [In Arabic] How much longer?
Ziad Jarrah: [In Arabic] Twenty minutes.
Saeed Al Ghamdi: [In Arabic] Twenty minutes? We can't keep going for twenty minutes!
Ziad Jarrah: [In Arabic] The plane can't go any faster!
View Quote First Officer LeRoy Homer: [looking at message on display screen] "Beware ****pit intrusion."
Captain Jason Dahl: "Two aircraft hit the World Trade Center"? But we just left Newark; the weather was beautiful.
First Officer LeRoy Homer: That's got to be student pilots.
View Quote Jeremy Glick: [to Tom Burnett] I'm trained in hand to hand. I'm trained in Judo.
Tom Burnett: Okay, so we go up right behind you?
Jeremy Glick: We have to go very fast.
Tom Burnett: Yes. Absolutely
Jeremy Glick: And I don't-I don't give a **** if that thing's real or not. See, I'm gonna grab his arm. I'm gonna grab his arm, and I'm gonna break his arm.
View Quote Ziad Jarrah: The brothers have hit both targets!
Saeed Al Ghamdi: Shall I go and tell them?
Ziad Jarrah: Yes. [Saeed runs out of the ****pit] Tell them our time has come! Our time has come!
View Quote Ziad Jarrah: [in Arabic, after al-Nami has sat down next to him] What are you doing here?
Ahmed al-Nami: Why are we waiting?
Ziad Jarrah: It's not the right time. Sit and I will give you the sign.
Ahmed al-Nami: When?
Ziad Jarrah: Go and sit down.
Ahmed al-Nami: We have to do it now.
Deborah Welsh: [interrupting; to Jarrah] Would you like anything to drink?
Ziad Jarrah: [in English] No. I'm fine, thank you.
Deborah Welsh: Sure?
Ziad Jarrah: Yes.
View Quote Come on, guys. What are we waiting for? Let's roll. Come on, let's go already. Let's go.
View Quote Hey, this is a suicide mission. We have to do something. They are not going to land this plane; they are not going to take us back to the airport.
View Quote Hi, Mom, it's me. I'm on the plane that's been hijacked. I'm just calling to tell you that I love you, and goodbye. This really kind woman handed me the phone and she said to call you.
View Quote I promise you, if I get out of this, I'm quitting tomorrow. I'll quit tomorrow. I promise, I'll quit tomorrow.
View Quote I'm calling from the air-phone. You believe me, don't you mom?
View Quote I'm not taking any more chances. We got stuff flying around we have no control over, and I don't want a board full of these planes hitting every building on the East Coast. This is a national emergency. Everyone lands, regardless of destination.
View Quote Lord to you I have submitted myself, given you my faith. On you I depend.
View Quote Open the door. Open the door and nobody will be hurt.
View Quote The pilot! Get the pilot!