Flight 93

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Specific Purpose- To inform my audience about fight 93 including how they hijacked the plane, people on the flight, and how they fought the hijackers.
Central Idea- On September 11, 2001, four people hijacked united airlines flight 93; I am going to inform you how the plane was hijacked, who were on the flight, and how they fought the hijackers in order to save the White House.
Introduction
On September 11, 2001, four people hijacked united airlines flight 93, I am going to inform you how the plane was hijacked, who some of the people on the flight were, and how they fought to save the White House without even knowing. We all know about the tragedy that occurred on 9.11, but do we really know what happened on flight 93. According to the movie United 93 "40 ordinary people sat down as strangers and stood up as one."
(Transition Statement): First, I will talk about how the four people hijacked the plane.
Body
I. Some people might wonder what the hijackers did in order to successfully hijack the plane and what went wrong? A. According to the movie United 93 the morning of the hijacking, the four people set to hijack flight 93 prayed. 1. They were praying to their god because they believed that what they were doing was right. 2. Why would people think that taking over a plane, crashing it into another building, and killing a ton of people think that is the right thing to do? 3. No one knows what was really going through their minds on that day, or prior to that day that lead them to cause this terrible tragedy. 4. But I believe that they believed that this was the right thing to do, that this was what god had wanted them to do. B. After they entered the plane, everything was all set. 1. The four hijackers were in first class, plain sight of the cockpit. 2. One of the hijackers was suppose to lead it all; luckily, for the

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