Grey Team Nexus

About Grey Team

Grey Team is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose sole mission is to support active-duty U.S. soldiers and military veterans by building and implementing solutions to reduce and eliminate military suicides.

Grey Team is the only privately funded program proven to bring warriors back emotionally, mentally, and physically from battle. 

Through the generous donations of private citizens, corporations, foundations, and grants, Grey Team continues to offer these therapeutic services to Veterans and active duty service members at no cost.

Our Mission

Our mission is to lead the way in researching, creating, and implementing comprehensive solutions that effectively reduce and eliminate suicides among active-duty and post-service veterans in the U.S. military. 

We strive for an America where veterans are provided with the utmost care and support, enabling them to discover peace, pursue their passions, and find fulfillment beyond their service. 

We envision a future where veterans are self-sufficient, contributing to their families, communities, and society as a whole, while receiving unwavering support from their communities, businesses, schools/universities, and individuals.


Two veterans on a mission to lower the national military suicide rate.

Grey Team, Inc was founded in 2016 by military veterans Cary Reichbach – U.S. Army, and Logan Skees – U.S. Marine Corps. Both men had served in high-risk, dangerous jobs and were well experienced with military service’s toll on an individual’s mental and physical health.

Skees, in particular, had returned from Afghanistan and struggled greatly with adapting to civilian life. After leaving the Marine Corps in 2013, he had lost his marriage, friends, community, structure, and, ultimately, his purpose. Skees fell into depression, reckless behavior, violence, and suicidal tendencies, but after a chance meeting with Reichbach, the two bonded and began an uplifting journey. 

Cary Reichbach U.S. Army Veteran (left) and Logan Skees, U.S. Marine Corps Veteran (right)