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Chef Paul Menta is passionate about fish and rum, the subjects of colorful stories over the years in his adopted home, the Florida Keys. Menta is executive chef at The Stoned Crab, a sprawling seafood restaurant in Key West. Comment?
Born on the Fourth of July, Bradford native David Whitcher knew from the time he was 6 years old that he wanted to serve in the military. And that's just what he did, joining the Army after high school, serving two combat tours in Afghanistan and then achieving his dream of becoming a Special Forces soldier. Comment?
A Special Forces soldier training at Fort Bragg's John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School has died during a training exercise off the coast of Florida, according to U.S. Army Special Operations Command. Staff Sgt. Comment?
Two dozen Cuban migrants reached the Florida Keys in two separate arrivals this week, but one man reportedly was lost at sea. A U.S. Coast Guard search continued Tuesday for a man who disappeared from a "chug" off the Lower Keys, the agency reported Tuesday. Comment?
Drug cartels are out close to $160 million in cocaine thanks to the work of the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk in the eastern Pacific Ocean over the past two months. The Mohawk and its crew of around 100 returned to their home port of Coast Guard Sector Key West at Trumbo Road on Sunday after conducting counter-drug patrols off Central America as part of the Key West-based Joint Interagency Task Force South. Comment?
A retired Air Force colonel and fighter pilot is cycling across 15 states and traveling 2,500 miles on a journey to honor 16 fallen heroes and their families. Gary West began his journey on Aug. 1 in Lubec, Maine, and is cycling to Key West, Fla., on a hybrid trek bicycle as he travels with 16 U.S. flags representing the heroes and their families. Comment?
The author fishes off his boat while on dawn patrol in the Florida Keys. Photo by Brandon Cyr for The Washington Post. Comment?
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