The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum translates the Lessons Learned from the Oklahoma City bombing through an engaging educational experience. We engage audiences with world-class videos, exhibits and programs that humanize the story by involving those who were impacted and keeping the story relevant. We inform and educate through a range of media, word of mouth channels and leveraging technology in both the promotion and delivery of the experience. By using our Archives for research, visiting the Museum or Memorial, experiencing our programs and hearing from our "Experts in the Field", visitors are able to apply these Lessons Learned firsthand.
The following is a list that shows critical Lessons Learned from the Alfred P. Murrah federal building bombing. You must have Adobe Flash Player 8.0 or higher to view videos within this list. Click here to download Adobe Flash.
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