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.
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.
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.

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

September 09, 2011 11:22 AM

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