Singles University of West Florida ROTC cadet Freud Tanelus holds back tears after exposing his face to CS gas during his Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear training in Fort Knox, Kentucky. For the training, cadets had to enter the chamber fully protected and then take off their masks to expose their faces to the CS gas. “The training is about confidence in yourself, confidence in your equipment and confidence in a toxic environment,” Kurt Crawford, Senior Technical Advisor at the CBRN site, said. Calf and team ropers Ben Walker, left, Will Bradley, middle, and Clay Mitchell chat before competing in the Lone Star Rodeo in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The Lone Star Rodeo travels through thirteen states a year and features events such as bull riding, calf wrangling and bare-back horse riding. Brothers Jose and William Garcia lay on their bed inside their apartment in Chelsea, MA on July 20, 2015. After their mother complained about a lead problem in a previous home they lived in the landlord kicked them out. Soon after Jose, left, was diagnosed with extreme levels of lead poisoning and William also showed signs of the disease. Last year, around 5,000 children in Massachusetts tested positive for elevated lead levels, according to the state Department of Public Health. Drag Queens Hernando Q, left, of Lexington, Kentucky and Joshua Peay, of Morgantown, Kentucky transform into Adriana Fuentes and Dutchess Divina before the Illusions drag show at The Compound Warehouse in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Both queens participate annually in the Illusions Drag Show and were two of eight queens from around the Kentucky area that participated.”I do drag because people said I couldn’t,” said Peay. “I want people to know that no matter your size or shape, you can do anything you want.” University of Kentucky fans burn a couch in celebration of their win against the University of Louisville in the 2014 NCAA basketball tournament on March 28, 2014. Hundreds of students flooded the streets after the win to burn couches, break stop signs, climb light poles and take part in rioting. The Wildcats lost weeks later in the final round of the tournament to the University of Connecticut. A final punch brought University of Kentucky sophomore Trevor Rice to the ground. That wasn’t enough for Western Kentucky University senior Nick Wheeler, who kept punching during the annual Battle of the Greeks fight night competition in Bowling Green, Kentucky. On February 27, 2015, more than a dozen college students represented their fraternities in the competition. Though Wheeler did not win, he was one of the few boxers to knock down his opponent. “I knew I wanted to be a gangster when I was seven years old,” said Carl Carr. After spending 25 years in prison, the self-proclaimed member of the crips gang is continuing to live a life of gang-banging. Carr spends most of his time in the streets of Bowling Green, KY and does whatever he can to stay true to his gang.