SEA BRIGHT — Anthony DelGatto served in the U.S. military, but never thought he did much that mattered.
“It was logistics. Nothing elite,” he said, brushing off his time as an airman in the Air Force and later the Air National Guard. “When I was in basic, I had fired a weapon. But never in combat.”
That was before the 38-year-old Sea Bright man walked into Syria one dark night this past February to join a Kurdish militia and fight ISIS.
Now back home after four months in a deadly war zone that killed two Americans who were there with him, DelGatto said he …read more
Source: NJ.com Monmouth