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Chapter 9 Shipping
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Navy Freight
drugs, small arms, and classified matter are discussed later in this chapter. In addition, the different types of special mail services are also described. Figure  9-1  indicates  the  weight  and  size  limitations for mailable matter, as specified in the DOD  Postal Manual, volume 1. EXTERNAL  MARKINGS The Postage and Fees Paid Department of the Navy DOD-316 marking has been deleted due to the metering of all government mail. It should not be imprinted on the upper right corner of envelopes, labels, tags, or wrappers used to transmit official mailable matter including that sent by any of the special services described under the upcoming Navy Freight heading. Official Business and Penalty  for  Private  Use,  $300,  should  be  imprinted  on the upper left corner, below the sender’s return address. Markings indicating the mail classification and type of special  service,  when  appropriate,  will  be  stamped  on the address side of the parcel. Make sure the city, state, and ZIP Code are on the last line of the address and that no other information appears below it. For shipment within your local area, apply LOCAL FORCES in bold letters on the lower left corner of the envelopes or shipping labels. Be sure the consignee’s address  is  entered  according  to  the  NAVSUP  P-485,  the unit’s   routing   identifiers,   the   Standard   Navy Distribution List  (SNDL), NAVSUPINST 4421.20, and other  appropriate  directives  for  repairable. SMALL ARMS Parcels containing unloaded small arms for official use are mailable under conditions specified by postal regulations. Such parcels, when properly packaged and addressed  for  delivery  to  military  activities  or individuals for use in connection with their official duty, are  acceptable  for  mailing  when  offered  by  an authorized  agent  of  the  federal  government.  Full information  may  be  obtained  from  postal  authorities. Packages containing small arms, whether mailed or shipped, will bear no external markings indicating the nature of their contents. Small arms forwarded by the U.S. Postal Service will be sent as registered mail, and the registry slip furnished the sender will be attached to the ship’s retained original of the DD Form 1348-1. When a receipt copy of the DD Form 1348-1 is returned from  the  consignee,  it  also  will  be  filed  in  the expenditure  file  with  the  retained  original. Figure 9-1.—Postal service limitations. 9-2

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