Frank Errette Cash Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Birmingham-Southern College, 1941; Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1944; postgraduate, Harvard University, 1951-1952.
Commissioned Second lieutenant, United States Army, 1944; advanced through grades to captain, United States Army, 1948; served in, European Theatre of Operations, World World War II; resigned, 1948; joined, United States Foreign Service, 1948; assigned, American consulate general, Stuttgart, Germany, 1948-1951; political officer, American embassy, Bonn, Germany, 1952-1955; consul, political officer, American embassy, Manila, Philippines, 1955-1957; head department university training and area studies, Foreign Service Institute, State Department, 1958-1960; officer charge German political affairs, also deputy director Berlin task force, State Department, 1960-1963; participant, Senior Seminar in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, 1963-1964; counselor for mutual security affairs, American embassy, Ankara, Turkey, 1964-1968; country director for Turkey, State Department, 1968-1971; American minister, deputy chief mission, American embassy, Bonn, 1971-1977; deputy commandant for international affairs, United States Army War College, 1977-1980; director United States National Security Seminar, George C. Marshall Foundation, 1980-1985; M C.
Married Naomi Duncan, December 3, 1947. Children: Hal Duncan, Susan Hamilton.