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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13912A-04] Foreign Affairs Day 2005 ceremonies, speeches, award presentations. [Events included a ceremony at the American Foreign Service Association's (AFSA) Memorial Plaque,  in the Harry S. Truman Building's C Street Lobby, honoring foreign service officers who died in the line of duty.  AFSA President John Limbert, Under Secretary for Political Affairs R. Nicholas Burns, and other officials delivered remarks, as three new entries on the plaque--the names of James Mollen and Edward Seitz, of U.S. Embassy Baghdad, and John O'Grady, of U.S. Consulate in Brisbane--were unveiled.]  [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-13912A-04_DSC_2213.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13912A-04] Foreign Affairs Day 2005 ceremonies, speeches, award presentations. [Events included a ceremony at the American Foreign Service Association's (AFSA) Memorial Plaque, in the Harry S. Truman Building's C Street Lobby, honoring foreign service officers who died in the line of duty. AFSA President John Limbert, Under Secretary for Political Affairs R. Nicholas Burns, and other officials delivered remarks, as three new entries on the plaque--the names of James Mollen and Edward Seitz, of U.S. Embassy Baghdad, and John O'Grady, of U.S. Consulate in Brisbane--were unveiled.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-13912A-04_DSC_2213.JPG]

 
 
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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13912A-04] Foreign Affairs Day 2005 ceremonies, speeches, award presentations. [Events included a ceremony at the American Foreign Service Association's (AFSA) Memorial Plaque, in the Harry S. Truman Building's C Street Lobby, honoring foreign service officers who died in the line of duty. AFSA President John Limbert, Under Secretary for Political Affairs R. Nicholas Burns, and other officials delivered remarks, as three new entries on the plaque--the names of James Mollen and Edward Seitz, of U.S. Embassy Baghdad, and John O'Grady, of U.S. Consulate in Brisbane--were unveiled.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State]

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