DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
Naval Sea Systems Command
Naval Supply Systems Command
Washington, DC 20314
9 Mar 1995
25 Mar 95
Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command
Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command
Chief of Naval Operations
HOW TO PREPARE A JOINT LETTER
1. Use. A joint letter may be used to establish an agreement between two or more
commands or for other matters of mutual concern.
2. Letterhead. On plain bond, type command titles so the senior is at the top. If the
activities are in different cities or states, follow each title with its address.
3. Signatures. Arrange Signature blocks so the senior is at the right. Place the
Signature block of a third cosigner in the middle of the page.
4. Copies. If your command is the last to sign, send copies of the signed letter to all
M. L. CHRISTMAS
W. T. Door
Figure 3-3.-Sample joint letter.