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Figure  9-7.—MILSTAMP  tracer  reply. items  that  are  found  must  be  turned  over  to  the disbursing  officer  for  safekeeping.  When  shipping personal effects money in excess of $1, you should have a government check made out for that amount. The check will be mailed by registered mail. Any money that comes to $1 or less can be packed and shipped with the personal  effects.  If  the  individual  has  any  foreign currency over the amount of $5, it must be converted into U.S. currency if possible. Effects of Absentees and Deserters Any shipment of lost or abandoned personal effects to the owner or next of kin at public expense is not authorized.  If  your  command  has  determined  that  the individual  has  committed  an  offense  or  breach  of discipline,  you  can  ship  the  personal  effects  to  the individual  or  next  of  kin  at  no  expense  to  the government. (Absentees or deserters are included in this category.)  If  you  do  ship  the  effects  under  such circumstances, the owner or next of kin will pay for the shipment upon receipt of the effects. To do this you must have received a written request or claim. Nonetheless, you  must  retain  the  personal  effects  abandoned  by absentees and deserters for 181 days. At the expiration of 181 days you can ship the effects to the distribution center  at  Cheatham  Annex,  Naval  Supply  Center, Norfolk,  or  the  Naval  Supply  Center,  Oakland.  You  will then find out the cost of the shipment and give this information to the supply officer. He or she must then prepare a Pay Adjustment Authorization, DD Form 139, against the pay record of that individual. A notation of the pay adjustment, and to whom forwarded, should be entered on the original and all copies of the shipping document.  The  DD  Form  139,  with  all  necessary information, will be forwarded to the disbursing officer having custody of the pay record. You must also mail a copy of the DD Form 139 to the Navy Regional Finance Center,  Washington,  DC. You can transfer personal effects of absentees or deserters sooner than 181 days if you meet any one of these  conditions: .  When  adequate  space  and  security  are  not available . Before departure on an extended cruise .  Before  leaving  from  naval  activities  ashore outside the United States including Alaska and Hawaii You must forward a copy of the NAVSUP Form 29 with  a  letter  of  transmittal  to  the  Commander  Naval Military Personnel Command indicating the name of the ashore  activity  to  which  the  personal  effects  were delivered. OCEAN SHIPMENTS Because of the amount of cargo involved and the time between the loading of cargo and its discharge, additional  documents  for  ocean  shipments  are  required. 9-10

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