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Janet Elaine Hall, wife of retired Foreign Service officer John E.
Specifically, the union is seeking wage adjustments to keep Foreign Service officer pay in line with comparable employment groups in the federal government, including lawyers, economists, policy analysts, and commerce officers.
There continues to be serious challenges, he said, in the lack of understanding by the Public Service of what Foreign Service Officers do and the ranks, which they require to carry out their jobs with the requisite allowances.
The book is based on the authors' own experiences and interviews with more than 85 current and former Foreign Service officers.
Incoming is coming in every day, rockets are hitting the Green Zone," said Jack Croddy, a senior foreign service officer.
Set in the 1960s, "Day of the Dead" is a political novel about a young Foreign Service Officer who comes to Saigon, Vietnam to be the Ambassador's Aide.
This administration does not tolerate dissent," one foreign service officer tells Kralev.
She discussed her experience at posts in Taiwan, China, and Brunei Dar esSalaam, as well as the opportunities available worldwide to foreign service officers.