LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- It's an underground Louisville tradition; the Bambi walk.
Tonight, dozens turned out to perform the bar crawl in honor of a fallen soldier.
Wearing yellow t-shirts, supporters of Darrin Potter turned out in droves for the 10th year in a row.
Potter was killed in action in Iraq back in 2003.
He was the first Kentucky National Guardsmen to be killed since Vietnam.
Before being killed, Potter wanted to return home and do the Bambi Walk in combat boots -- renaming it, the "Desert Crawl."
The military support group Active Heroes took part in the event.
Proceeds from the bar crawl go to help military families.
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