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  • Navy corpsmen treat sailors, Marines and sometimes enemies

    In the spring of 2011, Miami native Noel Martinez found himself on a small craft in the middle of the night headed for a pirate "mother ship" off the coast of Somalia.
  • Dive into Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce

    Dive into Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce
    It goes without saying, but I'm obviously not cut out for special warfare. That was apparent before I even reached the front door of the National Navy SEAL Museum (navysealmuseum.org), an inspiring tribute to the history, skills and ongoing mission of...

    'Captain Phillips' director: 'It was brutal' shooting at sea

    Hollywood wisdom advises never working with kids or animals. The cast and crew of "Captain Phillips" might add: Never shoot a feature film on open water. At the Envelope Screening Series, director Paul Greengrass talked about the trials and tribulations...

    Leaps of faith and appetites for work attract Tom Hanks

    Leaps of faith and appetites for work attract Tom Hanks
    In 1979, when Tom Hanks was just another struggling New York actor, he withdrew a biography of Walt Disney from the public library and found himself fascinated by the animator's story, in particular his tenaciousness in the face of early professional...

    'Captain Phillips': Tom Hanks on catching 'lightning in a bottle'

    As an experienced documentarian who turned to feature filmmaking, director Paul Greengrass is comfortable improvising. His free-flowing style was a perfect match for "Captain Phillips," the new fact-based drama about the hijacking of the cargo ship Maersk...