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Figure  4-2.Example  of  an  Express  Mail  Corporate  Account  Application,  PS  Form  5639
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Shipments  of  supply  issue  group  I  or  II  material consigned  to  mobile  units  and  overseas  activities served  by  FPO  or  APO  addresses Endorse   official   mail   with   the   word   airmail  only when   addressed   to   a   geographical   address   located   in   a foreign  country.  The  official  mail  is  then  considered to   be   international   mail. Q6.  First-Class  Mail  weighing  over  11  ounces  should be  sent  by  what  class  of  mail? Q7.  How  is  the package? PERIODICALS wording  “Priority  mail”  placed  on  a Periodical   mailings   are   published   at   a   stated frequency   with   the   intent   to   continue   publication indefinitely.   These   publications   are   subject   to   the general  standards  listed  in  the   Domestic   Mail   Manual, section   E200. STANDARD   MAIL   (A)   AND STANDARD   MAIL   (B) Official   mailings   not   qualifying   as   First-Class   or priority   mail   and   weighing   more   than   4   ounces,   but less   than   16   ounces,   must   be   endorsed   and   sent   as Standard   Mail   (A).   Standard   Mail   (B)   is   matter weighing  16  ounces  or  more,  not  mailed  or  required  to be   mailed   as   First-Class   Mail,   and   not   mailed   as Periodical   mail.   Official   mailings   not   required   to   be mailed   First-Class   or   priority   mail   and   weighing   more than   16   ounces,   but   not   exceeding   70   pounds   or   108 inches   in   length   and   girth   combined,   will   be   endorsed and  sent  as  Standard  Mail  (B). Official   mailings   having   a   critical   required d e l i v e r y    d a t e    ( R D D )    t h a t    d o    n o t    q u a l i f y    f or transmission   as   First-Class   or   priority   mail   and destined   for   addresses   out   of   CONUS,   including Alaska   and   Hawaii,   may   be   sent   as   Military   Ordinary Mail  (MOM).  Such  official  mailings,  in  addition  to  the class   of   mail   endorsement,   Standard   Mail   (A)   or Standard   Mail   (B)   as   appropriate,   must   have   the abbreviation   MOM   boldly   rubber-stamped   or   printed on  the  address  side  of  the  envelope  or  mail  container. SPECIAL   POSTAL   SERVICES The   four   classes   of   special   postal   services   will   be discussed  in  the  following  paragraphs. Registered   Mail   —The  most  secure  method  of transmitting   material.   A   continuous   chain   of   receipts is   maintained   from   originator   to   addressee.   This security   also   increases   transit   times.   Registered   mail is   authorized   for   the   transmission   of   the   following items: l l l l l l l l l l l l All   classified   documents   as   required   by DODINST   5200.1-R High   value   items   that   are   one-of-a-kind, irreplaceable,   sensitive,   controlled,   rare   or pilferable,   and   items   having   a   replacement   cost in  excess  of  $20,000 Mailable   shipments   of   government   owned firearms* Criminal   investigation   evidence Cash,   original   vouchers   (disbursing   and collecting),   and   voided   or   canceled   checks Commercial   transportation   tickets,   boarding p a s s e s, a n d     A i r     M o b i l i t y     C o m m a nd authorizations Environmental   samples* Notification   of   radiation   exposure* Mailing  former  evidence  to  its  owner* M o b i l i z a t i o n     p r e - a s s i g n m e n t     o r d e r s     to international   addresses   where   this   service   is authorized* Items   required   by   law,   regulation,   or   other government   agency   rules   with   which   the   Navy must   comply Items   specifically   authorized   by   the   Chief   of Naval Operations (CNO) - *Use   of   a   USPS   Return   Receipt   is   authorized   for these   items. Certified  Mail  —The  post  office  provides  a  record of   receipt   for   certified   mail   when   delivered   directly   to an   addressee   or   his/her   agent.   No   continuous   chain   of receipts   are   maintained   for   certified   mail.   Certified mail  is  handled  the  same  as  First-Class  or  priority  mail while   in   the   Postal   Distribution   System. Certified   mail   is   authorized   for   the   transmission   of the  following  items: Confidential   material   to   facilities   cleared   for access   to   classified   information   under   the   DOD Industrial   Security   Program   or   any   non-DOD agency   of   the   Executive   Branch 4-5

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