The U.S. flag was flown at half-mast during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 9/11/2001 terrorists attack, held in front of the University of Kentucky s Main Building on the UK campus in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, September, 11, 2008. Cadets with UK s ROTC Pershing Rifles placed more than 3000 flags and held the daylong event which included reading the names of every person killed in the attacks.
The U.S. flag was flown at half-mast during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 9/11/2001 terrorists attack, held in front of the University of Kentucky s Main Building on the UK campus in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, September, 11, 2008. Cadets with UK s ROTC Pershing Rifles placed more than 3000 flags and held the daylong event which included reading the names of every person killed in the attacks. Lexington Herald-Leader
The U.S. flag was flown at half-mast during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 9/11/2001 terrorists attack, held in front of the University of Kentucky s Main Building on the UK campus in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, September, 11, 2008. Cadets with UK s ROTC Pershing Rifles placed more than 3000 flags and held the daylong event which included reading the names of every person killed in the attacks. Lexington Herald-Leader

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