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Figure 3-7.-Sample new page endorsement.
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Figure 3-8.-Sample printed memorandum form.
Via  Block Only  the  remaining  Via  addressees,  if  any, are   listed   in   the   endorsement’s   Via   block. They  are  left  in  the  same  order,  although  they can   be   modified, renumbered   (1),   (2), Reference Block if necessary,   and (3),  and  so  on. The references listed in the basic letter and in  the  previous  endorsement  are  not  repeated. If   a   new   reference   is   introduced   in   your endorsement,  it  is  lettered  in  a  continuous sequence   from   the   basic   letter   and/or preceding   endorsements. Enclosure Block The   enclosures   listed   in   the   basic   letter and  previous  endorsements  also  are  not repeated. New   enclosures   added   are numbered   in   sequence   from   the   basic   letter and/or   preceding   endorsements. Paging The   page   number   on   an   endorsement follows  the  numbering  of  the  basic  letter  and preceding   endorsements;   that   is,   a   two-page endorsement to a three-page basic letter would be  numbered  4  and  5. MEMORANDUM A  memorandum  provides  an  informal  way to   correspond   within   an   activity   or   between several  activities.  Subordinates  may  use  it  to correspond  directly  with  each  other  on  routine business. The  four  formats  from  which  you  can choose  are  as  follows,  starting  with  the  most informal: Printed   Memorandum   Form   (OPNAV 5216/144) Plain-paper   memorandum Letterhead  memorandum Memorandum   For Use  the  format  that  best  suits  the  subject, occasion,  and  audience. PRINTED   MEMORANDUM   FORM As   the   most   informal,   the   printed memorandum   (fig. 3-8)   is   used   among individuals   and   offices   of   the   same   activity. Information   is   typed   or   written   beside preprinted entries, and the text is prepared the same way as in a standard letter. PLAIN-PAPER   MEMORANDUM When   the   heading   information   necessary (more   than   one   addressee   or   when   Via addressees   are   needed)   prevents   use   of   the printed memorandum, the plain-paper memorandum  is  used  (fig.  3-9).  It  is  prepared on  plain  white  bond,  placing  the  date  at  the right  margin,  1  inch  from  the  top  of  the  page. The word  MEMORANDUM  is typed at the left margin  on  the  second  line  below  the  date. The  From  line  is  typed  on  the  second  line below  MEMORANDUM,  and  all  subsequent lines  follow  the  rules  of  the  standard  letter. LETTERHEAD    MEMORANDUM When   a   subordinate   office   is   authorized direct  liaison  outside  the  command,  the letterhead  memorandum  is  used  (fig.  3-10).  It provides  more  formality  and  information  to the  recipient  that  is  not  available  in  the plain-paper  memorandum. Standard   letter rules   apply,   once   again   adding   the   word MEMORANDUM  after the date and before the From   block.   A   sender’s   Information   block   is usually  used  in  this  case. MEMORANDUM   FOR The  memorandum for  is  the  most  formal memorandum   (fig.   3-11),   It   may   be   used   in writing  to  senior  officials  who  traditionally 3-14

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