Reunite the Fight brings veterans back together on a Wayne County farm
Wayne County served as a destination for veterans from across the country.
Some of them knew each other overseas. Others were complete strangers. From Vietnam to Afghanistan, each veteran had sacrificed something. Some were missing legs. Others had seen good friends commit suicide.
Jeremy McCarty helped bring them together, from Texas, Tennessee, North Carolina, Michigan and Nevada. One of the men carried a shotgun in Vietnam.
Though he was not in the service, McCarty owns a track chair for disabled veterans. That day, it sat in the driveway at the home where he grew up a few miles west of Corydon.
Reunite the Fight organization aims to reunite veterans with those they served with
WARREN, Mich. — Scott Gatto is a Marine who fought in one of the toughest urban combat battles in U.S. military history.
When he returned from battle to Warren, he noticed that it was hard for veterans to get jobs and it was tough on veterans not being with the men and women they served and fought with.
From there, Reunite the Fight was born.
Through a lot of hard work, Gatto and his team are working to reunite veterans with other veterans.
The results have been life-changing. From an injured veteran sitting alone at home to suddenly finding himself with fellow veterans on a fishing trip that quickly ignited the veterans' passion for life, the program brings new life to those who served.
The problem is, there are so many veterans that need this type of fellowship and help. That's where Reunite the Fight comes in.