If you joined the Navy to see the world, assignment as a liaison officer to the U.S. House of Representatives will take you there. Since coming to the Navy's Office of Legislative Affairs a year ago, my official passport has needed extra pages because I have visited countries in South and Central America, Africa, Europe, the Far East, and Central Asia. While liaison duties are primarily administrative and logistical—and require a good sense of organization—the first-hand knowledge I have obtained "on the road" has carried the assignment to a different level altogether.
See the World? Travel with Congressmen
By Lieutenant Amy Morrison, U.S. Navy