More than 200 military chefs descended upon Fort Lee, VA, on March 8th for the 39th Annual Military Culinary Arts Competitive Training Event, and 20 entered their kitchens the next day to compete for bragging rights as the 2014 Armed Forces Chef of the Year. "It is arguably the most prestigious individual award for the culinary training event," said Chief Warrant Officer 3 Charles H. Talley Jr., who is heading up this year's competition. "The winner gets bragging rights of ...
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