Reunite the Fight was founded in 2017 by a group of US Infantry Marines who served and fought together in combat during the second Battle for Fallujah, Iraq in 2004-2005. Those same Marines have since lost many of their brothers to suicide that stemmed from the effects survivor's guilt and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, otherwise known as PTSD.
This group of Marines began hosting reunions years after their service terms had ended. These reunions served as a safe place for those warriors to "be themselves," while rekindling the bonds that were forged through fire years prior.
While serving in any branch of the military you learn to sacrifice time with family and loved ones. Your fellow Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, etc. become your new family. In most cases these men and momen experience more with their fellow comrades during their service commitments than they do with their own families. Combat is just another ingredient that solidifies the bonds between these warriors.
The reunions have made a positive impact by rejuvenating morale in a great networking environment for veterans. Renuite the Fight has since expanded this basic reunion concept by helping veterans on the brink of suicide come to terms with their past, and taking the next forty-inch step forward to recovery and learning how to cope with the never-ending emotions that stem from the chaos on the battlefield.