Fort Hood Soldiers salute Ride 2 Recovery cyclists

By Ms. Gloria Montgomery (Army Medicine)April 19, 2013

Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade Soldiers from 1st Battalion, B Company greet WTB Soldiers,  Sgt. 1st Class Corey Edwards and Sgt. Jacob Ellingson, during the annual Ride 2 Recovery Texas Challenge. The six-day, 350-mile bike ride rolled through Fort Hood April 11. Edwards is a wounded warrior assigned to B Company, and Ellingson is assigned to A Company.  The purpose of the  cycle challenge is to support wounded, ill and injured Soldiers during their rehabilitation and recovery. More than 160 wounded warriors, veterans and supporters participated in the 2013 challenge, which began in San Antonio April 8 and ended in Arlington April 13.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade Soldiers from 1st Battalion, B Company greet WTB Soldiers, Sgt. 1st Class Corey Edwards and Sgt. Jacob Ellingson, during the annual Ride 2 Recovery Texas Challenge. The six-day, 350-mile bike ride rolled through Fort Hood April 11. Edwards is a wounded warrior assigned to B Company, and Ellingson is assigned to A Company. The purpose of the cycle challenge is to support wounded, ill and injured Soldiers during their rehabilitation and recovery. More than 160 wounded warriors, veterans and supporters participated in the 2013 challenge, which began in San Antonio April 8 and ended in Arlington April 13. (Photo Credit: Ms. Gloria Montgomery (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL