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Home After a lunch break at the 50-mile mark in Gracey, Kentucky, Fort Campbell WTB Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th set out for another 50-mile stretch along the backroads of Kentucky to return to the post. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager) After a lunch break at the 50-mile mark in Gracey, Kentucky, Fort Campbell WTB Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th set out for another 50-mile stretch along the backroads of Kentucky to return to the post. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

After a lunch break at the 50-mile mark in Gracey, Kentucky, Fort Campbell WTB Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th set out for another 50-mile stretch along the backroads of Kentucky to return to the post. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

After a lunch break at the 50-mile mark in Gracey, Kentucky, Fort Campbell WTB Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th set out for another 50-mile stretch along the backroads of Kentucky to return to the post. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

After a lunch break at the 50-mile mark in Gracey, Kentucky, Fort Campbell WTB Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th set out for another 50-mile stretch along the backroads of Kentucky to return to the post. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers and cadre participating in the 5th Annual Bluegrass Rendezvous endurance ride September 27th, make their way along the backroads of Kentucky during day one of the two-day endurance ride. (Rita Peters)
After a stop in Gracey, Kentucky, Staff Sgt. Michael Hale, assigned to the Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion, prepares to head out on the next leg of the Bluegrass Rendezvous, a two-day, 200-mile endurance ride for Soldiers at the WTB. Soldiers may be assigned to the WTB after sustaining a wound, illness or injury that requires nurse-case managed care for more than six months.  (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)