INDIANAPOLIS - Two veterans are on a mission across the country to help their fellow service members. And when they passed through Indianapolis, we couldn't resist talking to them.
The two Army rangers, Leo Jenkins and Marty Skovlund, are making their way across the country with nothing but $100 in their pockets, all to raise money to help the men and women who have served our country.
Watch our video to hear firsthand from the pair on their journey so far.
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