You should not delay reporting this to the post
office. Remember, however, if any of these situations
occur, inform your command first.
So far, you have read about mail clerks and mail
orderlies. Now, lets turn to other subjects-routine
reply, endorsement, transmittal or information sheets;
directives; messages and muster reports; case file
establishment and maintenance.
ROUTINE REPLY, ENDORSEMENT,
TRANSMITTAL OR INFORMATION
The preparation of routine reply, endorsement,
transmittal, or information sheets (fig. 4-7) is
self-explanatory. Always use these sheets whenever
you forward service records to other commands. Make
sure you enclose an extra copy of the form and a
self-addressed envelope so the receiving command may
acknowledge receipt of the records.
Figure 4-7.Routine Reply, Endorsement, Transmittal or Information Sheet, OPNAV Form 5216/158.