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Revealing the Full History of the 1988 Terrorist Attack Against America

About Us

In an instant a terrorist bomb destroyed a U.S. flagged airplane flying London to New York, killing 270 people. Fast forward more than three decades. The Pan Am 103 Lockerbie Legacy Foundation was established to remember the victims, to ensure ongoing vigilance to enhance protection of flyers’ & victims’ rights and reveal the injustice by U.S. authorities not to prosecute or hold any attackers accountable.

Our Simple Yet Ambitious Goals

We aim to raise awareness and codify the history of the 1988 attack against America. We educate with historical timelines and a primary-source archive. We keep victims’ memories alive in our Living Memorial. We connect the PA103LL global community. We give voice to thousands of people whose lives were forever changed, using the Legacy Story Project. We celebrate Lockerbie, Scotland, and all who reminded the world that good endures.

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A Letter From Our Founder

Victoria Cummock Holding Attache Case of Murdered Husband John Cummock

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"Until the events of September 11, 2001, the bombing of Pan American Flight 103 was the single largest terrorist attack in U.S. history and the specific event that propelled America into the age of modern global terrorism."

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Our Mission

The Pan Am 103 Lockerbie Legacy Foundation aims to be a principal U.S. nonprofit institution dedicated to clarifying and documenting the December 21, 1988, terrorist attack against America. We are committed to exploring the event and its impact and to examining its relevance to contemporary society and the flying public. We honor the 270 victims with a perpetual Living Memorial. We bear witness and give voice to the thousands of people whose lives were forever changed with the Legacy Story Project. We educate with historical timelines and a primary-source archive. We connect the survivors and the global Pan Am 103 Lockerbie community.

Our Vision

Unless we unearth, preserve, and learn the difficult lessons of the terrorist attack against America that targeted Pan American Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, history will continue to repeat itself, as it did on September 11, 2011, and humanity will remain vulnerable to terrorism. Yet the worst in humanity can bring out the best in humanity. Celebrating those stories helps us understand, heal, and make lasting change. Good endures.

Our Team

M. Victoria Cummock

M. Victoria Cummock

Founder and CEO
Richard Bard

Richard Bard

Editor
Alice Bernard

Alice Bernard

Research & Archive Content Manager
Joaquin Da Silva

Joaquin Da Silva

Web Master & Content Manager
Jodi Flowers

Jodi Flowers

Board Member
Garret Graff

Garret Graff

Expert Panel Member
Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond

Expert Panel Member
Carisa Harris Adamson

Carisa Harris Adamson

Board Member
Paul S. Hudson

Paul S. Hudson

Board Member
David Lawrence. Jr.

David Lawrence. Jr.

Board Member
Lynn Martenstein

Lynn Martenstein

Board Member
Carolina McCormick

Carolina McCormick

Research Intern
Janice Gisele Muller

Janice Gisele Muller

Executive Director
Belkys Riveron-Raimundez

Belkys Riveron-Raimundez

Administrative Assistant
Billie Vincent

Billie Vincent

Expert Panel Member
Mark Zaid

Mark Zaid

Expert Panel Member

Your story is our history

Give voice to your unique story about how the December 21, 1988, terrorist attack against America impacted your life. Preserve your memories and legacy by helping to create the most extensive curated digital library of personal Pan Am 103 Lockerbie stories for our Historical Archives.

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