6Post of the Month:Rabat
The 12th century city speaks to the past and present.
10Bureau of the Month:Political-Military Affairs
This bureau gives politics a new meaning.
14Main State Building Named for President Truman
It is the first in the capital named for the 33rd President.
16‘The Eagle Has Landed’
The 11,600-pound sculpture symbolizes democracy.
18The OIG Has Lots to Cheer About
Employees help area’s homeless and hungry.
20Rover Finds Niche with African Animals
She’s wild about animals and it shows.
It’s still a work in progress.
28Former Restaurateur Switches to Security
Special agent excels in new role.
It’s the next best thing to being there.
32Growing with the FLO
Family Liaison Office expands space and mission.
Department of State • United States of America
2From the Secretary5Direct from the D.G.
3Letters to the Editor4In the News33Medical Report34People Like You35Obituaries36Personnel Actions
On the Cover
Unveiling the Soaring Eagle are,from left,sculptor Greg Wyatt; Barbara Newington,chairwoman of the board of trustees and director of the Newington- Cropsey Foundation; and Bonnie Cohen,under secretary of State for Management.Photo by Shawn Moore
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Also in this issue: Integration—A Work in Progress
Donated food awaits distribution to area’s hungry and homeless.Carpet shop in Morocco.