9/11 victims honored by UK ROTC on 10th anniversary

Herald-Leader Staff ReportSeptember 9, 2011 

University of Kentucky ROTC cadet Koji Buterbaugh stood guard by the flagpole in front of the Administration Building Friday, as UK's Pershing Rifles, a ROTC honorary organization, read of the names of the 2,819 victims of the 9/11 attack. A changing of the guard was performed every half hour. Flags were planted on the lawn to represent each victim.

DAVID PERRY | STAFF

University of Kentucky ROTC cadet Koji Buterbaugh, right, stood guard by the flagpole in front of the Administration Building Friday, as UK's Pershing Rifles, a ROTC honorary organization, read of the names of the 2,819 victims of the 9/11 attack.

A changing of the guard was performed every half hour. Flags were planted on the lawn to represent each victim.

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