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Your Voice Is Essential


Help us collect our history and leave a legacy. We cannot give voice to the Pan Am 103 Lockerbie story without you. Your memories, stories, and participation are critical to telling the complete story and immortalizing those who were killed. Help ensure our digital platform is the most extensive Pan Am 103 Lockerbie archive.

Hometown Heroes

Tell Your Story

The legacy of Pan Am 103 Lockerbie lies in the memories of those who did extraordinary things in the aftermath of the attack. We welcome and encourage everyone directly affected to share your story and create your legacy in our Legacy Story platform using pictures, video, audio, documents, written and oral narratives.

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Immortalize a Victim

Perpetually preserve your loved-ones memory in our Living Memorial.  Add color photographs, videos, biography and written or audio remembrances and tributes to their dedicated individual page.

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Submit to Historical Archives

Contribute your treasured artifacts to get preserved and digitized into the Foundation’s encyclopedic archives. Share your documents, correspondence, photographs, or other primary resources to make our historical records permanent, accessible and complete. We are committed to telling the full story and correcting misconceptions.

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Authors & Artists

Airplane Loading

Aviation Safety and Security

911 Memorial Wall

Community Partners

Flyers Rights

Flyers’ & Victims’ Rights vs. Business as Usual

Justice and Accountability

Justice and Accountability

Lockerbie Then & Now

Lockerbie: A Lesson in Humanity

Arlington Cemetery Memorial Cairn

Memorial Sites & Monuments

Pan Am Employees card 31st Anniversary

Pan Am Employees

President Bill Clinton and Victim's Family at Memorial Cairn Dedication

Remembrance Programs & Publications

Syracuse University Campus

Syracuse University

USS Vincennes

Terrorism, War, and Petro Aggression

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The Attack

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