Sara Low

Army Sgt. Serving in Afghanistan Honors Wish of 9/11 Victim's Father

Army 1st. Sgt. Mark Baker wore a pair of flight attendant wings while serving in Afghanistan in honor of an airline attendant killed on 9/11. (Courtesy photo) Army 1st. Sgt. Mark Baker wore a pair of flight attendant wings while serving in Afghanistan in honor of an airline attendant killed on 9/11. (Courtesy photo)

An Army sergeant who wore a pair of flight attendant wings while serving in Afghanistan in honor of an American Airlines Flight 11 attendant gave an oral history about the wings to the 9/11 Memorial Museum.  Read more »

On the Wings of memory, Flight attendant's story makes a full circle

Arkansas native Sara Low, 28, had logged only a few years as a flight attendant before boarding California-bound Flight 11 in Boston’s Logan Airport in the early morning hours of Sept. 11, 2001. After terrorists seized control of American Airlines Flight 11, authorities believe that Sara gave her telephone calling card to fellow flight attendant, Madeline Amy Sweeney, who used an “airfone” to relay critical information to the ground.  Read more »