UT students, staff and veterans read off the names of 6,632 soldiers, who were killed in action since 2001, on campus Monday.
The reading of names began at 8:30 Monday morning. All day people stopped to listen to the readings, until the ceremony ended at 6:30 that night.
This is the second year UT veterans and the university have read the names as a way to honor our military men and women.
Event organizer and veteran Douglas Oeser said it was a great way to honor veteran's service and sacrifice.